GO TO

Syntax

GO TO <label>
GOTO <label>

Continues (jumps) the execution at the given label or line number.

This sentence exists just for compatibility with legacy BASIC dialects. You should use DO...LOOP, FOR, SUB or FUNCTION instead.

You can't GOTO into a function or sub.

Example with GO TO

10 GOTO 30
20 END
30 PRINT "This is executed before END"
40 GOTO 20

This will This is executed before END and then jump into line 20, finishing the program.

Remarks

  • This statement is Sinclair BASIC compatible.

See also