NEON vs JUNO
In trying to decide whether to move from JUNO to NEON, I found at least two disadvantages of NEON.
NEON does not include the command TO or its equivalent. Sometimes one needs to change the value of constants in a running program without reloading the program. This was known as the "TO" solution. For example: suppose 46 == xyz, I can change its value - 123 TO xyz. I can find no equivalent of TO in NEON.
JUNO allows you to define multiple variables in one line: long rt, yu, ik, .... while NEON requires
long rt long yu long ik ....
I note that EXTEND for NEON includes a section - F32 FLOATING POINT SUPPORT . The key command FCMD only generates an infinite loop. Does anyone have any knowledge how this is supposed to work?