Which of the following statements is used to indicate to the compiler (interpreter) that there are no more BASIC statements for it to translate?
all of the above
ANSWER <RETURN>is correct answer. In most modern programming languages <RETURN> keyword indicates the end of method or a function. Entry point (or main method) is represented in the form of function - it has its scope, bounds and returning value. For example, in common windows console applications returned value determines the result of program ending: - <0>means that program was successfully ended. - <1>means that program was emergency closed. . .