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 EOP statement (end of Program) is similar to EOD in that, when executed (normally in the direct execution mode), it automatically prints the hexadecimal address of the end of the current program space. The user can type it at any time during program development to see where the end of program is located in memory. The following example
EOPcould result in
This example indicates that the end of program is 4411 (HEX).
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).