>If LR is *NOT* turned on when you execute a RETURN, the resources that the
>program is using remain allocated to the program.

That's a point that hasn't been emphasized (yet):  If you do a RETURN
without LR, then call the program again, ALL VARIABLES AND INDICATORS ARE

You -do- start executing the program 'from the top,' but you have to do
your own field clearing and indicator re-setting (ie move zero/blank and

This can be very aggravating if you don't remember to clear things in your
program, or if you add a new field to a screen and don't remember to clear
it in your program!

--Paul E Musselman

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