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The CONTINUE command continues your program from the point at
which you interrupted it. You interrupt program execution with
CTRL/C. After you use CONTINUE, your terminal returns to user
Places your terminal at user level.
This is a program that finds all the numbers up to 10,000.
N = 0
100 N = N + 1
IF (N .EQ. 10000) GO TO 300
WRITE (22, 201) N
GO TO 100
201 FORMAT (1X, I14,' IS BETWEEN 1 AND 10000')
300 STOP 'DONE'
Execute the program.
[LNKXCT NUMBER EXECUTION]
Type two CTRL/Cs to halt the program.
Detach from the job to do work on another job.
FROM JOB 19
Later, attach to your original job.
.ATTACH 19 [27,5434]<RET>
Type CONTINUE to enter user level.
?PLEASE TYPE ^C FIRST
System message (see NOTE).
Type CTRL/C and CONTINUE to enter user level.
END OF EXECUTION
CPU TIME:4.60 ELAPSED TIME:12:12.83
Program message indicates execution is finished. The file
containing data from this program is named FOR22.DAT, and is
stored in your default disk area.
You must type CTRL/C to re-enter user level, because
the program is running. The program must be
interrupted so that your terminal can access it.