Data Types for Command Variables
You can use the following data types for the variables in a command string:
||String data types are delimited by leading and trailing white spaces and
quotation marks. MCI removes single quotation marks from a string. To put a
quotation mark in a string, use a set of two quotation marks where you want to embed
your quotation mark. To use an empty string, use two quotation marks delimited by
leading and trailing white spaces.
|Signed long integers
||Signed long integer data types are delimited by leading and trailing white
spaces. Unless otherwise specified, integers can be positive or negative. If you
use negative integers, you should not separate the minus sign and the first
digit with a space.
||Rectangle data types are an ordered list of four signed short values. White space
delimits this data type and separates each integer in the list.
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