15.1.7 FREEFORM and NOFREEFORM Directives

The FREEFORM directive specifies that source code is in free-form format. The NOFREEFORM directive specifies that source code is in fixed-form format.

These directives take the following forms: [See Note]


Is one of the following: C (or c), !, or * (see Section 15.1.1).

When the FREEFORM or NOFREEFORM directives are used, they remain in effect for the remainder of the file, or until the opposite directive is used. When in effect, they apply to include files, but do not affect USE modules, which are compiled separately.

Note: The following forms are also allowed: !MS$FREEFORM and !MS$NOFREEFORM

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