Identifiers Already Used

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Each object, whether built-in or created by you, must have a unique identifier. This identifier must start with a letter, and can be up to 20 characters including letters, digits, and underscores. If you try to create an identifier already in use, it warns you and appends a digit to make it unique.

To see all identifiers currently in use:

  1. Press Control+’ (Control + single apostrophe), to open the Typescript Window
  2. Type List, then press Enter.
    To see all identifiers starting with the prefix “Con”:
  3. Type List "^Con", then press Enter.
Any regular expression can appear between the quotes.

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