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Like in every computer language, comments are very important for the clarity of a code. The user can make his/her own comments by simply preceding them by the # symbol. So, for example, the following rows of an ASCII file processed by GNU Archimedes will be interpreted as comments

# this is comment
# even if the precedent row contains a command
# this will never processed and it will be consider
# simply a comment

Pay attention to the fact that everything after the # symbol is a comment even if this could be a sintaxicaly correct line of an input file.

Didier Link 2007-05-18