Transfers execution to another PROC, no return.
( [DICT] filename [procname] [)] [label]
||The name of the file the contains the target PROC. filename can be a file name, or a reference to a buffer or a select list that contains the file name.
||The name of the target PROC within the specified file. procname can be a PROC name, or a reference to a buffer or a select list that contains the PROC name.
||Optional An integer specifying a label within the called PROC to jump to. If not specified, execution begins at the first line of the PROC. The optional closing parenthesis is required when specifying a label. For further details on labels, refer to the GO command.
PROC command calls the specified PROC. It does not return to the invoking PROC upon completion. To call a PROC and then return to the invoking PROC, use the [ command.
The optional DICT keyword specifies that the PROC is stored in the file dictionary. The DICT keyword is not case-sensitive.
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