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Jhonmicky
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 4:42 am   

Okay Here's my first question
 
Hello everyone,,
It may be I am rusty or that it's late, this seems easy but I am haveing a bit of trouble with it.

#TRIGGER {.(%d)} {#var 1 2; #sh @1}

It's a simple test to see if:
1) I can create a variable named "1"
2) If it can be assigned information

What I see on screen is " @1 "
No variable is created
I am hoping I wrote it wrong.

I know I can create the var manually, but again I can't seem to change it's info.
Now if I change it to this: #TRIGGER {.(%d)} {#var a 2; #sh @a}
It works just fine and I can change the 2 to anything.

Anything would help, Thanks.
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shalimar
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:15 pm   
 
Variable names cannot start with an integer.
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