(Redirected from CAOS flow)Jump to navigation Jump to search
Flow is a concept in coding which determines the order in which instructions are read and executed by the computer, similar to the order of operations in mathematics (see wikipedia:Control flow). Flow involves conditionals and subroutines, or may allow the selection of a certain TARGet object.
In CAOS, commands which are used to control the execution flow of commands include:
Routine and coroutine
- DBGM - in prerelease versions of C1
In Creatures 2, ESEE and ETCH were added to work in pairs with NEXT, as were STAR, ESCN and its closing NSCN.