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-Note that string concatenation is achieved by constructing a character array into which the existing and extra character arrays are passed as parameters (see below documentation on arrays). Variables (and function calls) that are not of character array type can also be placed within string expressions and use the makeString [[associative-functions|associative function]] to convert ​to character ​arrays.+Note that string concatenation is achieved by constructing a character array into which the existing and extra character arrays are passed as parameters (see below documentation on arrays). Variables (and function calls) that are not of character array type can also be placed within string expressions ​using the same notation, ​and use the ''​makeString'' ​[[associative-functions|associative function]] to convert ​from their type into a character ​array.
  
 Decimal types are declared using the "​dec"​ type, and can hold both positive and negative numbers: Decimal types are declared using the "​dec"​ type, and can hold both positive and negative numbers:
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