Executes a function or the next statement.
The debugger executes the function and then halts after the function returns. If a breakpoint is encountered within the function, execution halts at the breakpoint.
The Step Over command can also be used to execute statements that are not function calls. In this case, the debugger executes the next statement then halts.
If you are in C source mode, this command steps over an entire C instruction; otherwise, it steps over a single assembly instruction. However, to protect the processor's pipeline, several instructions following a delayed branch or call may be considered part of the same statement. In this case, the Step Over command may execute more than one instruction at a time.
Synchronous from GEL: No
Completely synchronous: No