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An Array in the Command's Shadow is an array with an associated set of commands
that each provide access to or allow certain useful manipulations of the array.

An AitCS may be used where a program would normally use global or namespace variables
to hold configuration, state, widget paths, temp values, etc.

Examples

AitCS 1.8 release tarball: aitcs-1.8.tar.gz

AitCS 1.8
 The "+=" operator now accepts multiple increments.
 Creation, get/set, and operators "-", "?", and "+="
 are now faster.

AitCS 1.7
 Operators "^", "-", and "." are now faster.

AitCS 1.6
 The "?" operator can now take a variable name
 to set to the value at key, if it exists.

AitCS 1.5
 Added random naming and initial values.
 The "^" operator will now use "" as a default if no default supplied.
 The "^" operator can now take a variable name to set to the result.

AitCS 1.4
 Account for DruMa ":" operator.

AitCS 1.3
 Added "Struct Dereference" operator.

AitCS 1.2
 Added "Get With Default" operator, updated to latest Spot o' Conf.

AitCS 1.7 release tarball: aitcs-1.7.tar.gz

AitCS 1.6 release tarball: aitcs-1.6.tar.gz

AitCS 1.5 release tarball: aitcs-1.5.tar.gz

AitCS 1.4 release tarball: aitcs-1.4.tar.gz

AitCS 1.3 release tarball: aitcs-1.3.tar.gz

AitCS 1.2 release tarball: aitcs-1.2.tar.gz