Suspends program execution
There is no limit to the number and position of
Stop statements within procedures.
Stop statement acts like a
breakpoint — placing the program in break mode and highlighting
the current line in the development environment — allowing you
to step through the code line by line.
Stop is intended primarily for use in the
design-time environment, where it suspends program execution without
terminating it. In the runtime environment, however,
Stop will cause the debugger to be invoked.
does not explicitly close any open files or clear any variables,
except in a compiled executable.