The END statement serves two purposes. First, the END statement
signals the Internet Basic compiler to stop compiling the current program
(even if there are additional source program lines following the
END statement). Therefore, END should be placed as the last
physical line in an Internet Basic source program.
Note: If you omit the END statement from a source program, it
is automatically inserted by the Internet Basic compiler as the last
instruction in the object program.
Second, the END statement may be used in a usefile
(also known as an include file) to separate one
section of code from another. (This feature was added in Build 292.)