Every programmer wanted once to use one piece of source more times, most
programming languages allows You to use macros to do this stuff, but each
macro simply copies contents of the macro into the source and it very
expands the source size, this feature makes sth similar, not so smart
like macros, but each occurence in the source takes only 2, 4 or 6 bytes
(depending on the size of the procedure, thanks to phxass, else it would
be always 4 or 6 bytes :)
Where <code> is the code You want to use as the macro and <name>
is the launching name.
On every occurence of this word in the source will be one jump to the
code defined like above.
Each SUB definition must be placed inside the procedure, it's definition
doesn't affect the source where it is defined.
Pay attention that You don't leave the SUB before ENDSUB reached, because
it may cause some stack problems!!!
PrintF('result is \d.\n',result)