Strings are easy to program or define in DarkBASIC. To give you a little perspective, I’ll explain how strings work in most languages. They are more or less a collection of characters. A character, of course, is a number, letter, or punctuation mark. In C you can define a string by creating a character array, whereas in C++ you just define a string class. In DarkBASIC it is much, much easier.
So how is a string declared? Simply by encasing what you want to store in the string in quotes (” “). For example, “This sentence is a string.” The quotes tell DarkBASIC to store the text in the string variable. You can declare a string like so:
movie AS STRING
Alternately, you may use the dollar sign to signify that ...