Data type NIL Foundation

For the data type NIL, there is only one value which can be defined in a program. This is the literal form NIL or nil. NIL stands for "undefined", "no value" or "nothing". Memory variables that are not initialized contain the value NIL. Variables declared as PUBLIC are an exception and are initialized with the logical value .F..


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