Initiates or terminates a string (variables expanded)
Double quote is used to initiate and terminate strict strings where variables can be expanded.
Commands can also be quoted using double quotes (eg where a command might contain a space character in it’s name) however variables cannot be used as part of a command name.
» set: example="World!" » out: "Hello $example" Hello World!
Quotes can also work over multiple lines
» out: (foo » bar) foo bar
@) Token: Expand values as an array
)) Tokens: Initiates or terminates a string (variables expanded)
}) Tokens: Initiates or terminates a code block
') Token: Initiates or terminates a string (variables not expanded)
$) Token: Expand values as a string
~) Token: Home directory path variable
((brace quote): Write a string to the STDOUT without new line
out: Print a string to the STDOUT with a trailing new line character
set: Define a local variable and set it’s value
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