Strings represent textual values, as a sequence of characters. String values are always written between double quotes. An example is "hello world". The default value of strings (string type) is the empty string "".

Strings can be composed using the + operator. The expression "hello" + " " + "world" evaluates to "hello world". For advanced text formatting, see the text formatting tutorial.

This lesson does not show all details regarding strings, nor does it show all available operations and functions. For further details, see the language reference manual.