Identifiers are used to name constants, variables, functions and user defined types.
Identifiers start with a letter or underscore and can be followed by any combination of letters, digits or underscores. For example, the following are all valid identifiers:
player1_up your_name _hello_world_
Identifiers in BlitzMax are case-insensitive. This means that the identifiers hello, Hello and HELLO are all treated as the same identifier.
The following identifiers are reserved for use by the BlitzMax language, and can not be used as general purpose identifiers:
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