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Programming problem when i run my program i get an error "mirssing start or end of block syntax" at the EndPrgm line can you help

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Hello,
Program flow control structures obey ceratin rules. They start with a keyword and end with another keyword
For
Instructions
EndFor

If .....Then
Instructions
Endif

If .....Then
Instructions
Else
Instructions
Endif

If..... Then
instructions
ElseIf......Then
instructions
Else
instructions
Endif

Loop
Instructions
Endloop

While
Instructions
EndWhile

Each ot these structures is called a block. If one of the keys words is missing, the program generates a syntax error.
Hope it helps.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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