// Rem Example /* This example does absolutely nothing */ /* It doesn't even have a single line of executable code */
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Rem is used to include remarks, or comments, as text which is never executed, in a program. The optional component, remarks, is any text. If used as the last of multiple statements on a single line, Rem must be separated from the previous statement by a colon (:). The apostrophe (') synonym is similar to using Rem, but no space is required between the apostrophe and the remarks, and no separating colon is needed on multi-statement lines.
Do not put the string </script> into a comment - it will stop the interpretation of the code.
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