fskipline


Purpose
Advance in the default input stream as long as comment lines are found.
Synopsis
procedure fskipline(filter:string)
Argument
filter 
List of comment signs
Example
In the following, the first statement skips all lines beginning with either `#' or `!'. The second statement skips any following blank lines:
fskipline("!#")
fskipline("\n")
Further information
This procedure advances in the input stream using the given list of comment signs as a filter. Each character of the given string is considered to be a symbol that marks the beginning of a comment line. Note that the character `\n' designates lines starting with nothing, that is, empty lines. During the parsing, spaces and tabulations are ignored.
Related topics
read, readln.


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