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Microsoft® JScript
var Statement

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Description
Declares a variable.
Syntax

var variable [ = value ] [, variable2 [ = value2], ...]

The var statement syntax has the following parts:

Part Description
variable, variable2 The names of the variables being declared.
value, value2 An initial value assigned to the variable.
Remarks

Use the var statement to declare variables. These variables can be assigned values at declaration or later in your script. Examples of declaration follow:


var index;
var name = "Thomas Jefferson";
var answer = 42, counter, numpages = 10;


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