var aj = new Array();
The following line creates an automatic array in ScriptEase.
Arrays are used in ScriptEase much like they are in C, except that they are stored differently. A single dimension array, for example, an array of numbers, is stored in consecutive bytes in memory, just as in C, but arrays of arrays are not in consecutive memory locations. The following C declaration:
char c; // this is the C version
indicates that there are nine consecutive bytes in memory. In ScriptEase a similar statement such as the following:
var c = 'a'; // this is the ScriptEase version
indicates that there are at least three arrays of characters, and the third array of arrays has at least three characters in it. Though the characters in c and the characters in c are in consecutive bytes, the two arrays c and c are not necessarily adjacent in memory.
Automatic array allocation