|Command||basic.capturing Statement/BASIC Program
Applicable release versions: AP
|Category||BASIC Program (486)|
|Description||resumes the capturing effect from the previous "execute . . . capturing" statements in a Pick/BASIC program.
The "capturing off" statement turns off the capturing effect from the previous "execute . . . capturing" statements in a Pick/BASIC program. "capturing on" resumes the capturing effect.
In the "expresion" form, capturing is turned on if the expression evaluates to "true" (non-zero) and turned off if it evaluates to "false" (zero).
if system(26) then capturing off "system(26)" checks to see if capturing is turned on. If "on", this turns it off. capturing s > 5 If "s" evaluates to a number greater than 5, capturing is turned on.