# jCL C
Updated: 10/19/2020, 10:24:56 AM
Created: 10/19/2020, 10:24:56 AM
Last Updated By: Daniel Klein
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Tags: debugging jcl
The command defines a comment. It indicates that the following text is a comment. All comments are ignored at run-time. It takes the general form:
Comments are useful to improve the readability of a program or help with debugging. Typically, the first few lines of a jCL program are used to describe the program, identify the programmer and record the date it was last modified.
Comments can be used within grouped commands (more than one command on a single line) but care must be taken though to ensure they will not conflict with normal command syntax.
001 PQN 002 C This program will... 003 C Created by A. Programmer, dd/mm/yy 004 C Last modified by:... 005 RI 006 RO 007 10 T C, (5, 10), "Password :",+ 008 HECHO OFF 009 P 010 IP %1 \C Input password 011 HECHO ON 012 P . .
Lines 2 to 4 are comment lines. Line 10 has a comment after an input command (the "" is a subvalue mark <ctrl >).
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