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 Additionally,​ delimiters in statements may not be omitted. ​ For example, the 9LC WRITE statement is ''​WRITE @ 1234 = AB''​ and could be shortened to ''​WRITE 1234 = AB''​. ​ 10LC's statement syntax is more rigid. ​ The WRITE statement in 10LC is ''​WRITE @ 0x100 = 0x22;''​ and cannot be shortened, nor can any parts of it be omitted. Additionally,​ delimiters in statements may not be omitted. ​ For example, the 9LC WRITE statement is ''​WRITE @ 1234 = AB''​ and could be shortened to ''​WRITE 1234 = AB''​. ​ 10LC's statement syntax is more rigid. ​ The WRITE statement in 10LC is ''​WRITE @ 0x100 = 0x22;''​ and cannot be shortened, nor can any parts of it be omitted.
  
-----+From here, you can view the [[Setup Statements]],​ [[Operational Statements]],​ [[If Expressions]] or the currently supported [[Intrinsic Statements]].
  
-From here you can view the documentation for the [[Setup Statements]],​ [[Operational Statements]],​ [[If Expressions]] or the currently supported [[Intrinsic Statements]]. ​ Also, a listing of compiler [[Errors]] and [[Warnings]] is available.+===== Other Documentation and Help ===== 
 +listing of compiler [[Errors]] and [[Warnings]] is available, as well as a [[FAQ]].
  
  
  
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