Declares private and public variables and arrays.
<xVar> Memory variable Name
This command tells the compiler to resolve any reference to a memory variable designated within this list s if it possessed an explicit memory variable alias with either the M-> or MEMVAR-> prefix.Only those memory variables that do not contain any such explicit are affected by this command. Those memory variabls within macro expansions are not affected by this command.
The MEMVAR declaration must apear before any executable commands;it is similat to the LOCAL, STATIC, FIELD, PARAMETERS, FUNCTION, and PROCEDURE commands statements.
MEMVAR y AS NUMERIC PROCEDURE Main() LOCAL n, lVar n := iif( lVar, "A", 3 ) n := 2 n := "a" n := Seconds() + 2 n := Int( Seconds() + 2 ) y := n ? y RETURN
This is CA-Cl*pper v5.2 compliant
This is available on all platforms
LOCAL, STATIC, FIELD, PRIVATE, PUBLIC