Storing something on disk, permanently, is just as easy as using regular variables. Just place the ^ (caret) character in front of the variable name. The example saves a string in the variable ^x
which is different than the regular variable x
. We'll discuss this topic in detail soon.
This example will display the current value of ^x
before updating it, each time you run it.
x = 4
println "x = ", x
println "old value of ^x = ", ^x
^x = "random number: " & int((rnd()*10))
println "new value of ^x = ", ^x
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