Identifiers are primary expressions that name functions.
Identifiers may consist of any alphanumeric character, but identifiers must begin with an alpha character, or an underscore character. Identifiers may not begin with a number.
The following assignment statement shows how to name a function that has an identifier.
MyIdentifierName = MyMember.NextMember
Keywords may not be used as identifiers unless the at-sign (
@) character is used as a prefix. For example,
@Level refers to a function named "Level". Without the at-sign, "Level" would be recognized as the keyword LEVEL.