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From: Mathijs Romans <mathijs@r...>
Subject: What does "pc" mean in ocamldebug

I am trying to make a Caml-application run that I have not written myself. I 
know very little about the language itself. Sadly, I get this error:

Fatal error: exception Out_of_memory

Using ocamldebugger I am trying to figure out what happened. The last line 
before failure is:
Time : 36381 - pc : 65532 - module Parser
157     <|b|>if !current.son = !current then

What caught my attention is that the number after "pc" is almost 2^16, which 
is probably the cause of my problem. I cannot find anywhere in the 
documentation what "pc" means, nor how I can increase its maximum value. Can 
somebody help me?