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TABLE 3.9 COMMAND
BASIC87X USER INTERFACE COMMANDS FORMAT COMMENTS
Add New Statement to Saved Application Single Step Current Line Jump to Speci ed Line Display the Contents of the Speci ed Variable
Statement <Enter>
Statement placed before current line and becomes the new current line. A statement is assumed to be any line that does not follow the format of any of the commands listed in Table 3-7. Execute line and stop. Change the current line to the speci ed one from the start of the application (Line numbers start at one, not zero). Return the current contents of the variable label that is speci ed. If an array element is speci ed, then just display that element, otherwise display all the array elements if the element is not speci ed. If a single element is speci ed, then prompt the user to change it. If nothing is entered, the value stays the same.
<Enter> # <Enter>
Label <Enter>
Display Complete Application Toggle Breakpoint at Current Line Return the Current Line Number Delete Current Line Erase Application Set Current Line to Application End Execute Application Skip Over Subroutine Call
A <Enter> B <Enter> C <Enter> D <Enter> E <Enter> F <Enter> G <Enter> J <Enter> Used to point to area where lines can be added. Executes starting at the current line. Stops at END statement, the end of the application, or at a breakpoint. If no subroutine call, then this command acts just like a Skip to Next Line. If there is a call (GOSUB) statement, then the interpreter executes until a return statement is nished executing. BASIC87x displays a new prompt. Reset the application, the interpreter nds all the DIM statements and Processes the variables and nds the rst statement to execute. Line by line display of each variable (to allow array elements to be displayed).
Display Current Line Ping BASIC87x Interface Reset the Application Display and List the Labels and Contents of All the Variables
L <Enter> P <Enter> R <Enter>
W <Enter>
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A = B + (C * D);
where the statement parameters are pushed onto a stack and processed from there. For the statement above, the stack operations would be:
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