is the button that tells the simulator to start its program. After you press , the PIP symbol will carry out the instructions you gave it. If all the instructions are carried out properly, it will sing to you at the end. While it runs the program, each instruction is highlighted as it is executed.
If PIP does not have a program, it will do nothing and then sing to you.
You can make the simulator stop its program by pressing any key. All of the simulator controls except the speed control will stop the program if it is running. If the program is stopped, the current instruction is highlighted, an error message is given and the computer will grumble at you.
tells PIP to run the last instruction in the program. It is just like except that it does not run the program list from the start but from the end.
There are two exceptions:-
* If the last instruction is , PIP will highlight the instruction once for each repeat.
* If the last instruction is , PIP will run the list from the matching up to the , the number of times that were asked for in .
You can make the simulator stop its program by pressing any key. The symbol will stop straight away and the simulator will grumble at you and give an error message.
Date Last Modified: 10/9/01