Step out Command

Executes processes out of a function call, and stops on the instruction immediately following the call to the function. Using this command, you can quickly finish executing the current function after determining that a bug is not present in the function. In general there may be more than one green cursor and processors belonging to different cursors may be stopped inside different functions. So when you command Step out, the processes belonging to different cursors may execute out of different function calls. Remember that you can always make a part of green cursors amber.

See also:

Cursors overview