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Formatting Executable Statements

The following conventions should be observed when formatting executable statements:

Note: Do not place more than one statement on a single line. While this practice is permitted in other programming languages, in Cicode the subsequent statements will not be interpreted and will effectively be lost, potentially affecting your program's runtime behavior.



Do not place more than one statement per line.

Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or equipment damage.

Although it may be argued that some statements are logically related, this is not sufficient justification. If they are logically related, place the statements on consecutive lines and separate the statements by a blank line before and after. For example:

See Also

Using Cicode Commands

Working with Conditional Executors

Using Cicode Programming Standards