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I'm not a programmer and a child understands better english then I. But I want to learn both. To easier read your scripts I want to know how to generally name variables.

I think you use ...

...$oXXXX -> for object variables and

...$hXXXX -> for handles variables.

Please would you explain if this is right and how is the naming for other variables?

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When i create a script with much variables then i do it this way

$Button_Green ...

and so on.

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You can name a variable anything you want. You could name a string $notastring and it really wouldnt matter. There is no set syntax. Some people just like to use things like $a_Array or $s_String so that its easier to read and remember.

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There are some variable names you can't use... look at $CmdLine and $CmdLineRaw... those are preset variable names with a purpose.

That's a good link plato offered there, I do try to follow the standard, but find myself sometimes off in left field.

Edited by SmOke_N

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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