ENDPLUMED

Terminate plumed input.

Can be used to effectively comment out the rest of the input file. It can be useful to quickly ignore part of a long input file. However, one should keep in mind that when opening the file it might be difficult to find where the commented out part begins. Regular comments (with #) are usually easier to read. Notice that VIM syntax should be able to detect this command and properly mark the rest of the file as a comment, although since vim doesn't parse the whole file it might fail in doing so for long input files.

Examples
d: DISTANCE ATOMS=1,10
PRINT ARG=d FILE=COLVAR STRIDE=10
ENDPLUMED
commands here are ignored
PRINT ARG=d FILE=COLVAR STRIDE=1