The END (EN) statement ends a Business Rules program, closes all files, and resets the value of the CODE function.
Comments and Examples
END is an optional statement; the system automatically ends a program and sets the value of CODE to 0 when it is not specified. In the following example, END indicates the end of the program and sets the value of CODE to 12:
00055 END 12
END [<numeric expression>]
1.) Set CODE to 0.
"Num-expr" is an optional parameter that sets the value of the CODE variable. For additional information, see the CODE function.