While within Edebug, you can evaluate expressions as if Edebug were not running. Edebug tries to be invisible to the expression’s evaluation and printing. Evaluation of expressions that cause side effects will work as expected, except for changes to data that Edebug explicitly saves and restores. See The Outside Context, for details on this process.
Evaluate expression exp in the context outside of Edebug
edebug-eval-expression). That is, Edebug tries to minimize its
interference with the evaluation.
Evaluate expression exp in the context of Edebug itself
Evaluate the expression before point, in the context outside of Edebug
edebug-eval-last-sexp). With the prefix argument of zero
(C-u 0 C-x C-e), don’t shorten long items (like strings and
Edebug supports evaluation of expressions containing references to
lexically bound symbols created by the following constructs in