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The procedures

Procedures are blocks of code that can be called several times and from multiple locations in the graph. A procedure is a subroutine which, unlike the functions, does not return a value at the end of its execution.

A procedure can be declared anywhere on the graph. The form for declaring a procedure is as follows:

- Proc Name(s)

For example:

- Proc Test(x)

"Proc" is the keyword that always identifies a procedure or function. The "Test" label is the name of the procedure. The parameter "x" is the data that is passed to the code of the procedure. The parameters of a procedure are declared as local variables of the procedure.

A Procedure can have one, more or no parameters.

- Proc Name(x)

Single parameter procedure

- Proc Name(x,y,z)

Procedure with three parameters.

- Proc Name()

Procedure without parameters.

A procedure always ends with the keyword "EndProc". For example:

- Proc Test(x)

- ...

- EndProc

The variables instantiated inside a procedure are local variables that can only be used inside it. For example:

- Proc Test(x)

- y = 50

- Circle(x,y,20)

- EndProc

A procedure can be called from the main body of the graph and/or from the internal code of another procedure. For example:

- Test(50)


- Proc Hello()

- Test(25)

- EndProc


- Proc Test(x)

- Circle(x,50,30)

- EndProc

Procedures and functions can recall themselves in a recursive cycle, direct or indirect. Recursive cycles are monitored to avoid infinite loops. You can use recursion up to 256 times.