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||To terminate a SKIP block in a script file.
ENDSKIP is used in scripts to terminate the execution of a SKIP block. A
SKIP block enables you to jump over intervening commands if a certain condition is met.
When an ENDSKIP is encountered, execution of the script resumes at the line following the ENDSKIP. The
condition flag is set to 5 (WARN).
See also: SKIP
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