basic., Relational Operator/BASIC Program

basic.,

Command basic., Relational Operator/BASIC Program
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category BASIC Program (486)
Description has several purposes:

1) To separate subscript references within multi-dimensional arrays.

2) To separate "ac.exp", "vc.exp", and "sc.exp" in dynamic array references.

3) To delimit arguments within functions.

4) To separate "passed" arguments in a "call" statement.

5) When used with the "crt" or "print" statement, to "tab" to the next tab stop. Tabstops are established every 18 columnar positions.
Syntax dim.array.variable(col.exp , row.exp)
dynamic.array.variable<ac.exp , vc.exp, sc.exp>
function(argument1 , argument2 , ...)
call subroutine.name(argument1 , argument2 , ...)
crt/print string.exp , string.exp , ...
Options
Example
if screen.array(13,12) ...

The comma delimits the "row" and "column" arguments in a 
two-dimensional array reference.

customer.item<17,-1> = invoice.pointer

The comma delimits the "ac.exp" (17) and the "vc.exp" (-1) 
in a dynamic array reference.  

cnt = dcount(string,char(253))

The comma delimits the arguments in the "dcount" function.

call display.lines(cust.item,balance,inv.list)

The comma separates the arguments in the list being passed to the subroutine.

crt "hello" , "there" 

This prints "hello", followed by 13 spaces and "there". 
This is like a "tabstop", and moves to the next multiple of 18 on the 
print or display line.
Purpose
Related basic.crt
basic.operators
basic.print
basic.print.on