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[REBOL] Declaring variables (or words or whatever)

From: Steven:White:ci:bloomington:mn:us at: 3-Jun-2003 13:20

I'm having a terrible time getting out of my old ways of thinking. If I want to declare a variable, just because I like to do things that way because it helps me keep track of things, which of these ways is recommended, or they equivalent? TP-FILE-ID: make file! %TPLAYER.DAT ;;; (number one) ... or ... make file! TP-FILE-ID: %TPLAYER.DAT ;;; (number two) ... or ... TP-FILE-ID: %TPLAYER.DAT ;;; (number three) They all seem to work, that is, if I "print TP-FILE-ID" I get the same results, but is one better/more efficient/recommended/better style etc.? Thank you. Steven White City of Bloomington 2215 W Old Shakopee Rd Bloomington MN 55431-3096 USA 952-563-4882 (voice) 952-563-4672 (fax) [swhite--ci--bloomington--mn--us]