This line has a great many checks in it. The advantage of this style
of cybug programming is that it does not slow Torque down at all if none
of then are false. For example, every time Torque executes this line of
code, it checks that there are no incoming missiles, and that he still
has some fuel. Normally, neither of these checks will be false, so Torque
will go straight back to the top of the routine immediately. If any of
the checks are false, then Torque does not jump back to the top of the
routine, but instead does further checks to determine what has occurred.
This enables Torque to have a main routine which normally takes just
one click, so he can move at the maximum possible rate (see Philip's smartclick
tutorial for more information).