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Default Answer! - 01-26-2010, 06:32 PM

Variables are values that can be changed and accessed. Object variables, like the world variables, can be accessed at any time, while event variables are only accessible from that event. Furthermore, if two instances of the same event are running, the variables are specific to each instance of the event.

Parameters are sort of like variables, however, they can only be made within events. These parameters are defined every time that an event is called. They can then be accessed as the event runs, and act as a sort of instruction for the event. The parameter values are deleted when an event stops. They allow you to make events more customizable.

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