Supported by: COMX BASIC V1.00, Floating Point BASIC 2.2, Pecom 32 BASIC, Pecom 64 BASIC 1.0 and 4.0, Quest Super BASIC 1.4, 3.0, 5.0 and 6.0, RCA BASIC3 V1.1, Telmac SBASIC v 24.3
Similar commands: -
The EOD statement (end of data) prints the hexadecimal address of the end of data (arrays and strings) space. The following example
EODcould result in
This example indicates that the end of data is at 441A (HEX). EOD is valid only after data has been generated by running the program (and after DIM has been executed).
Note that @ indicates that the number following is in hexadecimal, COMX BASIC V1.00 uses a █ instead of a @ and the Pecom 64 uses a & (as input) and a © (as ouput).