SunSed variables are containers for storing values (data). They may hold any of SunSed supported data types (string, integer, arrays and etc.)
Variables should always start with a $ sign.
The name of the variable following the $, may start either with an underscore or a letter, never a number. After the first character, the remainder of the variable name may have any number of letters, numbers, or underscores.
$x = 100 $_user_name = "Howl" $x_of_200 = [200, 400, 600, 800]
NOTE: Variable names that start with a number are invalid.
# invalid variable declaration $1 = 1 #=> ERROR
Variable names are case sensitive, meaning you may use $user, $USER, or $UsEr, however, SunSed will treat all three as different variables.