KILL

Syntax KILL
Location BeuleTools, KILL

This command will cause all current jobs, except the main SuperBASIC interpreter (Job 0), to be stopped and removed from memory.

Example

The presence of jobs prevents the commands RESPR / LRESPR from grabbing memory in the Resident Procedure Area (although some implementations overcome this restriction, they do so by by allocating space in the Common Heap) and because some machine code programs cannot or should not be loaded into the common heap, the command KILL can be of assistance.

WARNING

Be sure that no important data gets lost!

CROSS-REFERENCE

RJOB removes single jobs, KJOBS works in the same way as KILL.