Part 1: Got a New Gig
Learn About Variables
In programming, a variable is a container to store information that can be used at a later time.
In Quorum, there are four types of basic variables: text, number, integer and boolean. Each type of variable holds a different kind of information.
In this first example, we will create a text variable, which holds a text string of anything you want to type in. We'll explain the other types in the next sections.
Notice that a text string is enclosed in two double quotation marks.
Try it Yourself
In the next tutorial, we will discuss Hour of Code Part 2, which describes first steps in Quorum.