GO TO, STOP RUN:
The GO TO verb is used to completely transfer the control to elsewhere in the program.
Its form is as shown below:
GO TO procedure-name
As a result of the execution of the above statement, the control is transferred to the first statement of the paragraph or part mentioned in the process name.
GO TO ERROR-ROUTINE
Assume that the ERROR-ROUTINE is a paragraph name. The execution of the above statement will transfer the control to the initial statement in the ERROR-ROUTINE. On another hand, assume that the ERROR-ROUTINE is a section name and the FIRST-PARA is the name of the first paragraph in this section. In the situation control will be transferred to the first statement in the FIRST-PARA. It may be noted that the GO TO FIRST-PARA is similar to the GO TO ERROR-ROUTINE.
This verb causes the extinction of the execution of the object program. Its form is as shown below: