Defining VariablesYou can define your own variables. In general, the syntax for defining a variable is:
myvariable = expressionVariable names are not case sensitive. That means, for example, that the variable 'width' is the same as 'Width' or 'WIDTH'.
You can see which variables are currently in memory in the Memorylist. If the Memorylist isn't visible, then select Memorylist in the menu View or press <F9> to make it visible.
You can delete a defined variable by selecting the variable in the Memorylist and pressing <DEL>, or by typing the command Clear(myvariable) in the workarea. See System functions for more information about Clear.
'Examples of using variables 'First define some variables Width = 4.5 Width = 4.5 Height = 10 Height = 10 ' Now use the defined variables Width * Height Ans = 45 ' To hide the answer of a sum or definition, ' you can end the line with a semicolon. A = 3.5; B2 = 2.25; B3 = 3.5 - 1.5; A * (B2 + B3) Ans = 14.875 'Delete a variable Clear(Width) Done 'Test if the variable doesn't exist anymore Width * 2 Error: Unknown variable Width
See AlsoMemorylist, Defining Functions, System functions