Variables and Arguments

UiPath Day 2:
Today will see Variables and Arguments in UiPath

Variables:

Generally Variables are used to store the values and in the later part of the program/process, we can access the values by calling the variable.
Likewise, in UiPath as well we can store the values and access the values by calling the variable in a workflow
Ways of creating variables in UiPath

  1. CTRL+K keyboard Shortcut
  2. On the properties pane usually this pane will be on the right
  3. From the variables panel

To know more about how variables Managing Variables

Arguments:

Like Variables, Arguments are also used to store the values and in the later part of the program/process, we can access the values by calling the variable.

What’s the difference between Variables & Arguments?

  • Variables can be accessed in a particular workflow

  • Whereas Arguments can be accessed across the different workflow.
    In Simpler terms, if you have two workflows A(Parent) and B(Child).
    In case you want to pass some values from A to B workflow then
    it can’t be done using Variable.

Arguments direction:
In → Using Ctrl+M we can create an “In” argument
Out → Using Ctrl+Shift+M we can create an “Out” argument
In/Out

To know more about how Arguments: [Managing Arguments]

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