Definitions

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  • abbr. variable
  • abbr. variance
  • n. A unit of electrical power, in an AC circuit, equal to the power dissipated when 1 volt produces a current of 1 ampere

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of variety (frequent in botany and zo├Âlogy); of variant (so used in this work).

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a unit of electrical power in an AC circuit equal to the power dissipated when 1 volt produces a current of 1 ampere
  • n. (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups

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Examples

  • * Depending on your version of GD, this should be specified as the pixel size (GD1) or point size (GD2) * @var int var $font_size = 18;

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  • It's more so one can feel comfortable with something like this: var = "` cat myscript. sh `" echo "$var" The default is to disable variable parsing (except whitespace), and

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  • I found severe warnings about eval ( "evil") security, is the above line particularly dangerous? var = "hello; ls" echo "$var" eval echo "$var" Just be careful where your input comes from.

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  • If the optional left-hand-side of a redirection is of the form {var}, the shell assigns the file descriptor used to $var or uses $var as the file descriptor to move or close, depending on the redirection operator.

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  • May be it could be better to have a conversion routine instead of a format statement that only works on direct output (e.g. Msgbox) like var: = 81.123456789 string: = ConvDecimal (\% var\%, 0.2) "Dollar"

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  • Kind of unusual to have a single percent sign but it is documented somewhere. count = NewVarContents var = \% count msgbox \% var\%; variable now is NewVarContents

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  • Here is the stand alone code: for var in arg1 arg2 arg3 do echo $var mkdir mydir5 [$var] cd mydir5 [$var] touch myfile5. txt cd done

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  • MsgBox You clicked on % var% if (var = "Cancel" or var = "Close")

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  • Yes it will run, and loopcount var is truncated to interger. var = 3.51 loop, \% var\% count: = A_Index meaning it will basicaly make a roundDown on 3.45 which is 3 and it will run the loop 3 times, right?

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  • * @var string The path to the word list to use for creating CAPTCHA codes var $wordlist_file = '../words/words. txt';

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