NAME                                                     GOTO(I)
     goto  -  command transfer

     goto label

     Goto is allowed only when the Shell is taking commands  from
     a	file.  The file	is searched from the beginning for a line
     beginning with `:'	followed by one	or more	 spaces	 followed
     by	 the  label.  If  such	a line is found, the goto command
     returns.  Since the read pointer in the command file  points
     to	 the  line  after  the	label, the effect is to	cause the
     Shell to transfer to the labelled line.

     `:' is a do-nothing command that is ignored by the	Shell and
     only serves to place a label.