# does the command evm --debug --code OPCODES still work?

I've been trying to run this command evm --debug --code 600580600b6000396000f36005600401, and some associated permutations of it, such as:

evm --debug --code 366020036101000a600035045b6001900380600c57 --input 0101


However, all I ever see as a result is the help menu, i.e.

Has this command been deprecated, or am I doing something wrong?

• Did you forget the run command? – Ismael Sep 17 '17 at 20:55
• what do you mean? I've not forgotten it- because I never knew it. can you maybe- show me an example? UPDATE wait- I did try that, for this evm run --debug --code 600580600b6000396000f36005600401 I get this error Incorrect Usage: flag provided but not defined: -debug flag provided but not defined: -debug – smatthewenglish Sep 17 '17 at 21:00
• I've tried evm --debug --code 366020036101000a600035045b6001900380600c57 --input 0101 run with evm version 1.6.7-stable-ab5646c5 and it works. – Ismael Sep 17 '17 at 21:21
• yeah- I tried with run in the front, you need to put run in the back! anyway- thanks for your help! :D – smatthewenglish Sep 17 '17 at 21:22

You've gotta put run in the BACK!
evm --debug --code 6000355b6001900380600357 --input 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000005 run