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Converts any variable of the real type to a string. This includes real vars, real lists, and matrices. Useful if you want to store variables into program files, perhaps as a high score or just data storage for later use. Note that storing numbers this way takes up a whole lot less space unless your numbers are sporting many decimals.

If your input is a list and it is in quotes, you’ll also be able to read that list even if it’s from archive. For rules about inputting a list, see the GetListElem command (det(2)).

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(See Description)