Do functions support the use of comments?

Do functions support the use of commetns within the code?  

Something like /*  or -- .. or anything ... ??

Might be helpful. 

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    • Alexander_Koenig
    • 5 yrs ago
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    Hi, this feature is on the change request list.

    Though, you might use a workaround:

    let comment := "put comment here";

    • Mconneen
    • 5 yrs ago
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    Thanks Alex.. I was trolling the forum and found a thread that indicated the following works.. I just tested it .. and it does.. but still seems a more strutured "comment" syntax is in order.. :) 

    "This is a comment";

    let foo := 0;

    • activelifejss
    • 5 yrs ago
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    Yes we need an easy comment function such as // instead of just assigning a meaningless variable as a workaround...

    • activelifejss
    • 5 yrs ago
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    Apparently just the quotes are needed, the "let" and variable name is not needed. So, you can insert comments using this;


    • Karen_Estrada
    • 5 yrs ago
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    Definitely agree re: // or /* for comments!! :-) 

    • JGM
    • Jose_Monteiro
    • 3 yrs ago
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    We can also comment several lines like:

    comment line 1
    comment line 2
    comment line 3
    " ;

    But //, or ///, or /* are a must.

    When debugging if we need to block more than a few lines of code, the above solution does not work if we already have comments (double quotes) inside de code block .

    So having:

    /// for starting a multiline code block comment, and

    /// for ending 

    Woub be a great help.

    • Sean
    • 3 yrs ago
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    @Jose, Thanks for pointing out multiline commenting between a single pair of double quotes. I had been using a pair of double quotes for each line 😝. I know it's not perfect, but you can add /* right after the first double quote and */ right before the second double quote. I agree about wanting to block out some code that has quotes in it. When I see how many double quotes I have to double-up, I have to decide whether to cut and paste the code block into a text editor or double quote.

Content aside

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