Marks a call to a macro in an application program.
|macroname||The name of a global or local macro.|
A macro call returns the current value of the macro or the null string (”).
This command calls a particular macro in an application program.
A macro is a dynamically declared name that represents a character string. When a macro call is encountered in an application program, the macro call is replaced by the current character value of the macro.
A macro acquires values in one of two ways: implicitly, when the software encounters a call to a previously unknown global macro or unassigned local macro, or explicitly, in a LET or INPUT statement or a call to a local macro.
Example of Using # (Macro call) and <> (Macro name delimiters)
Defines the global macro
is interpreted as
list ENTs format ENTName