If the gate key is a start key or a return key then the 4 key parameters are copied from the jumper's domain to the jumpee's domain. The slots in the jumpee which receive keys should all be distinct. {If not, the result is dependent upon the version of the Gnosis kernel.} The order code is copied to the domain of the jumpee and the byte string from the jumper is copied to the jumpee.

If the gate was a resume key all resume keys to the jumpee {everywhere} are deleted. {This is done efficiently!}

A process will enter the jumpee. If the meter is dry the jumpee will try to jump. {The process disappears from the new domain unless there is a valid meter. See (p3,powrdn).}

Trapping Due to Rejected Order Codes