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The '''ALIAS''' clause in the [[DECLARE (non-BASIC statement)|DECLARE]] statement tells the program that you will use a different name than that in the library. This does only apply when declaring non-BASIC procedures.
The '''ALIAS''' clause in the [[DECLARE (non-BASIC statement)|DECLARE]] statement tells the program that you will use a different name than that in the library. This only applies when declaring non-BASIC procedures.





Revision as of 02:21, 2 October 2009

The ALIAS clause in the DECLARE statement tells the program that you will use a different name than that in the library. This only applies when declaring non-BASIC procedures.


Syntax: ALIAS "aliasname"


  • The aliasname is the same procedure name as it is inside of the library.


See also: DECLARE (non-BASIC statement)



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