Actually there is a section in the manual on this problem:
On 29 June 2011 11:41, Ben Carbery <ben(dot)carbery(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> Hm, "a" isn't a variable,it's the value of stuff.
> It's both..
> a integer;
> b integer;
> The point is I want a dynamically named variable. Here I've named them the
> same as stuff[i] but they can be anything provided it is a different
> variable name on each loop iteration. The manual is not entirely clear on
> where loop variable substitution does and does not apply with FOR.
>> Did you try
>> declaring a,b,c,d as the return type of the respective functions?
> How would this help?
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