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Category: Structured statements
The return value of the process currently run can be assigned...
The keyword BREAK can correspond
  • to the BREAK statement: it allows you to exit a set of instructions and run the rest of the current process
  • to the BREAK label: it allows you to declare a section of code in a loop. This code will be run when exitingfrom the loop with a "BREAK" statement.
The <COMPILE IF> statement allows you to compile (or not) a WLanguage code according to a condition.
The CONTINUE keyword can correspond
  • to the CONTINUE instruction. It allows you to go back to the beginning of the first iteration without finishing the code of the current iteration.
  • to the CONTINUE: label. It allows you to declare a common code in a loop
The END: label is used to define a code that will be systematically run at the end of process execution
The FOR EACH statement is used to browse strings according to different methods...
FOR EACH is used to perform different types of browse operations on the arrays ...
FOR EACH is used to perform different types of browse operations on the associative arrays...
The FOR EACH statement is used to perform different types of browse operations on the controls (list boxes, tables, loopers)...
The FOR EACH statement is used to perform different types of HFSQL browse...
The statement block is repeated while a control variable is modified and compared to a limit value (before each beginning of statement block)...
The GOTO statement is used to run a code identified by a given label...
The statement block is repeated endlessly...
RESULT is used to exit from the current process (or procedure) and to return a status report...
The RETURN statement is used to exit from a statement block and to exit from the current process (or procedure)...
The conditional IF statement allows you to run an action according to a condition...
The SWITCH statement is used to choose the action that will be run according to the value of an expression...
In a WHILE statement, the expression is evaluated at each beginning of the block of statements...
Factorizes the expression of an element on which several sub-elements or properties are accessed.