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Gvars vs LVars

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HiJust curious about something. What is the main difference over using G:Var1 variables over L:Myvariable,type? From what I understand there is a limited amount of G:Vars, but L:Vars are unlimited. So why use G:Vars? I'm sure there must be a point to them.

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G vars are only valid in the gauge where they are defined, whereas L vars can be used from all gauges to interact with each other.Arne Bartels

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Yes, I use this feature frequently, but there must exist a reason to use g:vars as well? Some/most of the microsoft gauges use g:vars, and some use l:vars.I mean, what does g:vars do that l:vars can't handle, must be something?

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As Arne pointed out.Gvars are individual gauge specific. That means, they ONLY work in the gauge that they are imbedded in.Lvars can be used in 1 gauge, and then the variable called up to be used in another gauge as well as the gauge that they are in.Clear as mud?

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