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ElseIf ExprN //Case_2 condition here //Do stuff ... ElseIf ExprN //Case_3 condition here //Do stuff ... . . . Else //Do Stuff that will be done if no case is true ... Endif
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C.6.9 GoSub STATEMENT
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Flow will go to the statement immediately following the Label and will continue until a Return statement is encountered after which the ow will return to the line following the line that called the subroutine. A subroutine is marked by a Label and the Return statement as the last line. You can use other Return statements within the logic of the subroutine, but always have the last line of the subroutine as a Return, just in case your logic gets there. If you do not do so any program lines following the subroutine will be executed as part of the subroutine. You can call a subroutine from within another subroutine. An error will be issued if you try to nest too deep. Be careful when you do this that you do not inadvertently create a circular endless loop. Recursion can also cause trouble if you do not have the correct windup conditions. If you use the format Gosub Expr, then Expr must result in a number or string that is a name of a valid label. If Expr results in a number then it will be converted to a string. So saying Gosub 1000, Gosub 100*10, or Gosub 1000 are all equivalent and would cause the program ow to branch to the label 1000. The second format is useful if you want to branch to a subroutine name that will be calculated depending on some logic. For example, you may have an array of labels and you can make the program go to one of the labels depending on some number that is used to index in the array. Example:
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Data Labels; L1 ,100, 1000 while true Input Enter a number 0 to 2 ,I If !Within(I,0,2) then continue Gosub Labels[I] wend End L1: print I am In L1 Gosub Substring( I m going to Test_Sub, Bye ,14,8) //notice the above line calculates the subroutine
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//name using functions Return 100 print I am In 100 Gosub Labels[I]*10 //notice the above line how it goes to a subroutine // name that is mathematically calculated Return 1000 print I am In 1000 a = Test + _Sub Gosub a //notice above goes to a subroutine name de ned //by a variable Return Test_Sub: print I am in Test_Sub Return
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NOTE: Return statements within if-structures inside subroutines must be carefully considered; be extra careful when using Return statements out of subroutines within if-structures. Check your logic.
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C.6.10 OnErroR STATEMENT
OnError Label OnError Expr OnError
This is a special format of a GoSub. If an error occurs during the run of a program the system will direct the ow to the subroutine de ned by Label or the label de ned in the variable Expr (just as in the GoSub statement above). No error message will be issued and the program will continue to run as if you have just issued a GoSub statement on the line that caused the error. In the subroutine you can use the command GetError VarN1{,VarS{,VarN2{,VarN3}}} to nd out the error number, message, line number, and character number. It is up to you to handle the error and how to redirect the program ow accordingly. You can issue this statement with different labels at different times to override the routine that will be used if an error occurs. You can also issue the statement without a label (or Expr) to turn off the feature and have the interpreter handle errors as normal C.6.11 End COMMAND Will cause the program ow to terminate and return to the editor. The Terminal Screen will remain on top but you can close it or use the button on the bottom right corner to switch to the editor window. Or use Windows methods to do so. You can review the terminal screen if you close it, by using the menu or speed button on the editor window. C.6.12 Goto STATEMENT
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