Label is a part of almost any script. It is a sequence of characters that identifies a specific location within the script. In Sanny Builder labels are denoted with a : (colon sign) as the first character.
A label name must contain only letters, digits and underscore sign (_).
Labels are widely used in scripts in unconditional and conditional jumps. To jump to specific label, you must use its name with a @ (at sign) as the first character.
<source lang="scm">0002: jump @Label</source>
Sanny Builder also has a feature to display a list of all labels used in source code when you press a @ button.
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