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The character `#' is a line comment character. It starts a comment if and only if it is placed at the beginning of a line.

A `;' character starts a comment anywhere on the line, causing all characters up to the end of the line to be ignored.

A `@' character is handled as a line separator equivalent to a logical new-line character (except in a comment), so separate instructions can be specified on a single line.