PAUSE temporarily halts the execution of a procedure. PAUSE makes it possible to add commands to an ongoing procedure or check the execution of a procedure. It is also possible to enter the editor while in a pause to change the procedure.
When Logo pauses, it prints PAUSE and the prompt changes to the word PAUSE followed by a greater than sign (PAUSE >). The value of the PAUSE prompt is stored in the system variable name :PAUSE and can be changed.
PAUSE may be used only within a procedure. To pause a procedure that is running at toplevel, use Control-Z.
- FORWARD 60
- RT 90
- REPEAT 3 [FD 60 RT 90]
PAUSE> SETPC 9