|KiXtart 2001 Manual|
you to start a separate KiXtart script.
When the called script
ends or when a RETURN statement
is encountered, script execution continues at the statement following the CALL
statement in the calling script.
Theoretically, there is no limit to the number of scripts that can be nested. Obviously, the practical limit on the number of scripts you can call is determined by the amount of available memory at the time KiXtart runs, the size of the scripts, the number of variables defined, and so on.