QL ROM, Toolkit II

If the command NEW is issued under the interpreter, the current SuperBASIC program is removed from memory, the values of all variables are forgotten, all channels owned by the interpreter (job 0) which have a number equal to or higher than #3 are closed and the windows #0, #1, #2 are cleared (in this order).

The Minerva, THOR XVI and Toolkit II versions of NEW also disable WHEN ERRor clauses. A bug in JS and MGx ROMs meant that these clauses could not be disabled once activated.

From within a compiled program, NEW removes the job from which it was issued (ie. the current job).


All data stored in variables is lost.


CLEAR, KILL_A. Inside compiled programs, NEW and STOP are effectively the same. RESET clears the whole system by restarting it.