Close the procedure library file
CLOSE PROCEDURE [<filename> | (<expC>)]
The CLOSE PROCEDURE command closes the procedure library named <filename>, or if no library is specified, all currently open procedure libraries. The <filename> can be substituted with a <expC>, enclosed in round brackets, which returns a valid filename. The <filename> is assumed to have a '.prg' extension unless otherwise stated.
Only procedures and functions declared with the SET PROCEDURE TO command are released with the CLOSE PROCEDURE command. Procedures and functions declared in the main program are left active. Up to a maximum of ten procedure files can be opened at one time when the ADDITIVE keyword is used on the SET PROCEDURE command.
set procedure to yourlib do yourproc do yourproc2 close procedure