[store] is a simple context that stores variables permanentlyThe process would use [store] and [recall] the name of the variable the variable itself
|show||(optional) "T" or "F". Default behavior is to hide the value when assigning to a variable. If we want the value to be shown at the same time it is assigned to a variable, we may set Show=T (There is no reason to ever use show=f, as this is default behavior.)|
|multi||(optional) "T" or "F". Allows to assign more than one text variable in a single context.|
[store multi=T]var1=Joe&var2=Fred[/store] simultaneously assigns the two variables. (There is no need to use multi=f for single variables.)
|path||(optional) path of the database, if a user wants to use another database than the default one.|
Look for "specific.db" two level up
|parse||(optional) "T" or "F". Interpret o no the tags that would be in the data to be stored.|
[store parse=T]var1=Today is [date][/store]
[store parse=F]var1=Today is [date][/store]
The defaut behavior being parse=F
[recall var1] and get the tag replaced by the variable.
[recall var1&path=../../specific.db] or [recall path=../../specific.db&var1]
You can also use [convertwords] [/convertwords]
var2 says var1
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