Action: The NEW command is used to delete the program currently in memory and clear all variables. Before typing in a new program, NEW should be used in direct mode to clear memory. NEW can also be used in a program, but you should be aware of the fact that it will erase everything that has gone before and is still in the computer's memory. This can be particularly troublesome when you're trying to debug your program.
|BE CAREFUL: Not clearing out an old program before typing a new one can result in a confusing mix of the two programs.|
EXAMPLES of NEW Command:
NEW (Clears the program and all variables) 10 NEW (Performs a NEW operation and STOPs the program.)
Action: The NEXT statement is used with FOR to establish the end of a FOR...NEXT loop. The NEXT need not be physically the last statement in the loop, but it is always the last statement executed in a loop. The <counter> is the loop index's variable name used with FOR to start the loop. A single NEXT can stop several nested loops when it is followed by each FOR's <counter> variable name(s). To do this each name must appear in the order of inner-most nested loop first, to outer-most nested loop last. When using a single NEXT to increment and stop several variable names, each variable name must be separated by commas. Loops can be nested to 9 levels. If the counter variable(s) are omitted, the counter associated with the FOR of the current level (of the nested loops) is incremented.
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|Read the small print.||Last updated November 14, 1998.|