The GoTo command will instruct the current program to jump to a specified label. This is part of every BASIC language, but its use should be limited in an effort to adopt a structural programming paradigm.
Be especially careful when using GoTo within a GoSub or subroutine since improperly terminating a subroutine can have undesired effects.
If I = 2 Then Goto LAB1 End If LAB1: I = 3
A label can be set with a colon (:) to specify a point for GoTo or GoSub to begin execution.
Labels cannot use reserved keywords, numbers, or include blank spaces.
The following labels are not permitted:
Ladder: 'Reserved keyword 123: 'Number. About 10: 'Blank space.