.PAGE

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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows

 

USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
.PAGE

Discussion

The .PAGE compilation control directive terminates the current listing page and begins a new one. This directive is ignored if there is no listing file.

The compiler doesn’t list the line containing the .PAGE directive. The first line on the next page is the line immediately following the .PAGE directive.

Examples

proc

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end                             ;This will be the last line listed
                                ; on the current page.
.page                           ;This line won't be listed.
subroutine sub                  ;This will be the first line listed
                                ; on the next page.
proc

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endsubroutine