General Syntax Rules
KiXtart is a free-format scripting language. It
is not case-sensitive. This means that...
IF @PRIV="ADMIN" DISPLAY "ADMIN.TXT" ELSE DISPLAY "USER.TXT" ENDIF
is equivalent to
If @PRIV = "ADMIN"
When using KiXtart, note the following rules:
- Strings can contain any characters, except the
\0 (NULL) and \x1a (end of file) characters.
- Script commands should be separated by white
space — that is, any combination of spaces, tabs, or new line
- If a string contains delimiters (-, +, *, and
so on), the string must be enclosed in quotation marks. For example:
'String with a dash (-) in it.' ; String with a dash (-) in it.