lineAddress& = LINE "label"
This function looks for the indicated
label in your program, and returns the memory address of the first program instruction that follows the label. The returned address can be used with the
CALL <address> statement (in cpu68K compiles). If you want to use
LINE in this way, the label should indicate the beginning of an
Note: To get an entry point address for an
ENTERPROC procedure which is to be used as a "callback procedure" for a MacOS Toolbox routine, use the
PROC function instead.
CALL; ENTERPROC; @FN; PROC