Whitespace separators

Whitespace characters are used to seperate language elements.

Genero BDL is free-form, like C or Pascal, and generally ignores TAB characters, LINEFEED characters, comments, and extra blank spaces between instructions and language elements.

You can freely use these whitespace characters to enhance the readability of your source code.

Blank (ASCII 32) characters act as delimiters in some contexts. Blank spaces must separate successive keywords or identifiers, but cannot appear within a keyword or identifier.

Note: Pairs of double ( " ) or single ( ' ) quotation marks must delimit any character string that contains a blank space (ASCII 32) or other whitespace character, such as LINEFEED or RETURN.