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How to Call a Compiled Program

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A compiled program is called in the same manner as any other application program. For example, if you have compiled a procedure program called RunTest, call it as follows

RunTest ()

Appropriate expressions would be entered within the parentheses (if required).

If it is necessary to run a program disregarding its compilation, the command:


temporarily enables or disables the execution of compiled programs.

Normally RUNTIME is ON, and, when a compiled version of an application program is available, the compiled version is executed.

When RUNTIME is set OFF, the compiled versions of all affected application programs are ignored. RUNTIME can affect all application programs subsequently executed, or only those called from the current procedure.

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