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Gosub - Next To Me

is a program line number of your sub-routine. The sub-routine must be terminated with RETURN instruction, to resume program execution with the instruction specified directly after GOSUB (on the same line or the next line), except if RETURN is followed by a line number.

Gosub - Next To Me

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The next example shows how a Computed GOSUB statement may be used in a menu-driven program. Note that the input is tested for a proper value, and execution is suspended until a reasonable response is supplied.

This is working perfectly for my first scene, which has that gosub after several options (multiple options and also multiple choices - practically every option changes stats, which then directs to it.)

I use *gosub_scene in my updated version of Unnatural as it makes things a lot easier. Now instead of having to have a partner choice in every episode I just put in *gosub_scene partner_choice and then end partner_choice with *return and that works great,

A common usage of GoSub runs the subroutine then returns to the next line after the calling line. For example, I moved the loading of the recipe variables for each step out of the auto-execute section of the script into separate Label subroutines, then replaced each with a single GoSub command. This made the script more readable by greatly reducing the length of the auto-execute section. In place of the code, I inserted the following GoSub command statements:

Already on that but thanks for the suggestion String building and sdcard next :oWant to count the turns on the feeding screw to calculate the number of kilos been feed, what is the best way (will be using a microswitch)?

Branch Labels, GOTO and GOSUBSee also: GOSUB, RETURN, GOTO, Functions and Subroutines, Function, Sub Branch LabelsLiberty BASIC will accept numbers as branch labels. This is useful when using old BASIC code. The numbers don't change the order of the code. The following two short programs are essentially the same: 10 REM count to ten20 for x = 1 to 1030 print x40 next x50 end 20 REM count to ten40 for x = 1 to 1010 print x30 next x50 end Instead of using numeric branch labels, it is better to use alphanumeric ones, because they are descriptive and help the programmer remember what is happening in a block of code. In Liberty BASIC, alphanumeric branch labels are surrounded by square braces: [myBranchLabel] Spaces and numbers are not allowed as part of branch label names, and names may not start with a numeral. Here are some valid branch labels: [mainMenu] [enterLimits] [repeatHere]Here are some invalid branch labels: [enter limits] mainMenu [1moreTime] In QBASIC, branch labels end with a colon and looks like this: myBranchLabel: The above program doesn't really need branch labels. It looks like this without them: 'count to ten for x = 1 to 10 print x next x end A program to count without a for/next loop looks like this: 'count to ten[startLoop] x = x + 1 print x if x NOTE: Branch labels inside functions and subroutines are not visible to code outside those functions and subroutines. Likewise, functions and subroutines cannot use branch labels defined outside their scope. GOTOTo continue program execution at a specified branch lable, issue a GOTO command. See GOTO. GOTO [startLoop] Do not use GOTO to exit a FOR/NEXT or WHILE/WEND loop prematurely. GOSUBTo continue program execution at a specifed GOSUB routine, issue a GOSUB command. The GOSUB routine ends with a RETURN statement that returns program execution to the line of code following the GOSUB command. See GOSUB, RETURN. GOSUB [initialize]

In an Applied Mathematics course, one-fourth of the course is a unit dealing specifically with fractions. At the present time, the way in which the course is set up, in order to go on to the next unit .students must first pass a test on the material which was covered that marking period. It is evident by the extremely large numbers of students who have failed the unit on fractions before finally passing it, as well as the extremely large number of students who never passed the unit on fractions that a new approach is necessary. 041b061a72


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