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Chapter 13. ESSENTIAL LINGO SYNTAX > USING LIST VARIABLES

USING LIST VARIABLES

Every major programming language has the capability to store a series of variables. In some languages, these are called arrays. In Lingo, they are called lists. There are two types of lists: linear lists and property lists.

Linear Lists

A linear list is a series of numbers, strings, or data of some other type that is contained in a single variable. Try this in the Message window:


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