User talk:Heuberg

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Info request on Ethiopian multiplication

Hi HicEst, In your entry for Ethiopian multiplication#HicEst, would you help me out by explaining what the END statement is matched to, as I looked at the definition of WRITE on the languages web site and it was used without needing a matching END as far as I can tell.

You have since added the comment that it is the 'end of "main"', but their seems to be no other use of "main" in the code. Are you perhaps missing a first line of:


- Thanks, --Paddy3118 10:21, 6 April 2010 (UTC)

Hi Paddy3118, Thanks for your interest.

There is no need to define a "main" section in HicEst. "Main" simply starts with the first line of the script. In single step mode (debug) an END is not needed as well. But in trace mode or in run mode the END stops execution and thus prevents to run into a subsequent procedure.

Ta HicEst. --Paddy3118 17:16, 7 April 2010 (UTC)