There is one command which can be found in any BASIC language:
Issuing RUN may actually be a little closer to the truth than you like to admit, but you should be happy with BASIC. Assembly language is much more terrifying, and if you have not yet reached that point of knowledge and understanding which it is most frustrating to reach… However:
is identical to:
without a parameter, could be replaced by GOTO 1.
Unlike some implementations of BASIC, the variables and the DATA pointer are not reset when you enter RUN.
Jobs cannot be started with RUN but have to loaded and executed with EX, EXEC_W,… or a file manager/desktop. RUN will work okay from inside compiled jobs to enable them to re-start themselves.