Legend of terms

The following table describes the terms used in the subsequent command guide

TEMPLATE_NAME : A valid template name contains only ASCII character codes 0x00 to 0x7F. And can be a fully qualified name ie "xsl:templateName".
FILENAME : A valid file name local to the system of the user. It can have a "~" prefix on *nix and CYGWIN platforms. Or environment variables under RISC OS
URI : A Uniform Resource Identifiers as defined by RFC 2396
MODE_NAME The mode of template which can be fully qualified name ie "xsl:modeName".
QNAME : A fully qualified name ie "xsl:localPart"
LINENO : A valid line number in associated <FILENAME>
NUMBER_OF_FRAMES : A valid line number frames to change position by
BREAKPOINT_ID : A valid break point number
WATCH_ID : A valid watch expression number as indicated by showwatch command
SPEED: speed to walk through code at, between 0 to 9
    (Comment): a comment about command meaning or usage
{ opt1 | opt2 | opt2 .. etc} : Choose one of the opt's
XPATH : a xpath selection of node(s)
PARAM_ID : a valid parameter number as indicated by showparam command
PARAM_NAME : a valid parameter name as indicated by showparam command
PATH : A path to change working directory to. On some operating systems a "~" prefix will be replaced by your home directory path
TEXT : Free form text     (no restrictions)
COMMAND : A valid command for the xsdbg
QNAME : A valid variable/parameter name
SOURCE : The stylesheet being/to be executed. See <FILENAME> and <URI>
DATA : The xml data(document) being/to be processed by the stylesheet. See <FILENAME> and <URI>
DEVICE_PATH : Is a valid terminal on the operating system
TTY_LEVEL : Is a valid level of input/output to use