Continue the command execution at a specific line within a batchfile.
A label is a sequence of alphanumeric characters followed by a colon “:”. The first character must be an alphabetic character. For example:
This command is used within batchfiles. It causes the command execution to continue at the specified line marked with
label. This command must not be used in interactive mode. Forwarding references to currently undefined labels are permitted, but labels cannot be referenced from outside of the batch file where they are defined.
! Example batch file goto.xdb SET VALUE @COUNT = 1 ! Go to label LA1 --> line 15 GOTO LA1 LA3: ! If condition true go to label LA2 --> line 19 == The End! IF @COUNT <= 0 THEN GOTO LA2 END PRINT "Start\n" SET BREAKPOINT AT main RUN PRINT "End\n" SET VALUE @COUNT = @COUNT - 1 LA1: ! Go to label LA3 --> line 6 GOTO LA3 LA2: