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Suspend the program, optionally displaying a message. * Syntax ```sbsyntax STOP { message$ } ``` |* Input | Description | | `message$` | A message to print on the console after stopping. Optional. | `STOP` will suspend the program execution and print a message to the text console. `STOP` will always first print `Break on slot:line`, where `slot` and `line` are replaced by the running program slot and the line number of the `STOP` statement. If `message$` is specified, it will be printed after. If the program is running from the Top Menu, a message prompting the user to press A or Enter to quit is also displayed. In Direct Mode, entering `CONT` will resume the program, unless another program is loaded, an error has occurred, etc. * Examples ```sb4 STOP STOP "Good bye!" ```

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