IDL

STOP

STOP

The STOP procedure stops the execution of a running program or batch file. Control reverts to the interactive mode.

Examples


Suppose that you want to stop the execution of a procedure and print the values of the variables A, B, C and NUM. At the appropriate location in your procedure include the command:

STOP, A, B, C, NUM

To continue execution of the procedure (if possible) enter the IDL executive command:

.CONT

Syntax


STOP [, Expr1, ..., Exprn]

Arguments


Expri

One or more expressions whose value is printed. If no parameters are present, a brief message describing where the STOP was encountered is printed.

Keywords


None.

Version History


Original

Introduced

See Also


BREAKPOINT, EXIT, WAIT

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