END REPeat identifier or
END REPeat [identifier]SMS only
This command marks the end of the REPeat…END REPeat SuperBASIC structure with the same identifier, and has no meaning on its own.
When the interpreter meets this statement, it then looks at the stack to see if a related REPeat command has already been parsed. If not, then the error ‘Not Found’ will be reported, however, if such a REPeat identifier has been parsed, the interpreter will force the program to loop around and return control to the statement following REPeat.
Under SMS there is no need to specify the identifier on the END REPeat statement, in which case, the interpreter will presume that this is the end of the last REPeat loop to have been encountered.
When an EXIT identifier is found, the interpreter will search for the relative END REPeat identifier (or under SMS the next END REPeat command), and if found, will resume program flow at the next statement.
This does however mean, that except under SMS, unless an in-line REPeat structure is being used, if this command is missing, the interpreter will carry on searching through the program and may just stop without an error if END REPeat identifier (or END REPeat under SMS) does not appear anywhere in the program.
END REPeat need not appear in an in-line REPeat statement.
SMS will report ‘unable to find an open loop’ if the interpreter comes across an END REPeat command (without a loop identifier) without a corresponding open REPeat loop. If the interpreter comes across an END REPeat command (with a loop identifier) without a corresponding open REPeat loop the error ‘undefined loop control variable’ is reported.
Please see REPeat.