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xx "Jump to...(Al-G)" detection for Sub, Function
« Thread started on: Aug 22nd, 2016, 05:24am »

"Jump to...(Al-G)" detection for Sub, Function is flacky
Copy this and press Alt G
Code:
print "Hello"
goto [ordinaryLabel]
a = 1   'never used
[ordinaryLabel]
subject$ = "math"
print "I like ";subject$

functionZ=2
print "z=";functionZ

call sub1

print func1$()

sub sub1
    PRINT "IN A SUB 1"
end sub

function func1$()
     func1$ = "from a func"
end function
 


I see extra lines that just should not be there - Code:
subject$ = "math"
functionZ=2 


(found by looking a someone else's program with bunch of variables starting with "subject")
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xx Re: "Jump to...(Al-G)" detection for Sub, Function
« Reply #1 on: Aug 23rd, 2016, 03:37am »

Actually search shows it was reported (about SUB part) back in 2011
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