RETURN - DualBrain/bsharp Wiki
To return from a subroutine.
RETURN [line number]
RETURN statement causes BASIC to branch back to the statement following the most recent GOSUB statement. A subroutine may contain more than one
RETURN statement to return from different points in the subroutine. Subroutines may appear anywhere in the program.
RETURN line number is primarily intended for use with event trapping. It sends the event-trapping routine back into the BASIC program at a fixed line number while still eliminating the GOSUB entry that the trap created.
When a trap is made for a particular event, the trap automatically causes a STOP on that event so that recursive traps can never take place. The
RETURN from the trap routine automatically does an
ON unless an explicit
OFF has been performed inside the trap routine.