Basic computer language commands

Basic computer programming language

END Statement

Purpose:

To terminate program execution, close all files, and return to command level.

Syntax:

END

Comments:

END statements may be placed anywhere in the program to terminate execution.

Unlike the STOP statement, END does not cause a "Break in line xxxx" message to be printed.

An END statement at the end of a program is optional. GW-BASIC always returns to command level after an END is executed.

END closes all files.

Examples:

520 IF K>1000 THEN END ELSE GOTO 20

Ends the program and returns to command level whenever the value of K exceeds 1000.

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