<JUMP> statement


The operator is used to break the order of statements performing.

 

Format:

JUMP <Label number>

...

<Label number>:

 

Description:

After the <JUMP> keyword one of labels, which is defined in the current program, must be specified. The symbol <:> must not appear after the label number, unlike the label definition.

The operator, labeled by corresponding label, will be performed after the <JUMP> statement. it is necessary to define corresponding label, otherwise the error message will appear during compilation.

It is not recommended to usually use the <JUMP> statement in the program.

 

Sample:

 

AFF = 20 ! this statement is performed fist

JUMP 2 ! jump to label 2

ABC = 1 ! This statement never be performed

2: ATR = 4 ! this statement is performed second