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The comment flag is used to indicate that text that follows it should not be acted upon by the

script (comments are not loaded into memory when a script is launched, so they do not affect
performance).
A comment flag that appears on the same line as a command is not considered to mark a
comment unless it has at least one space or tab to its left. For example:
MsgBox, Test1 ; This is a comment.
MsgBox, Test2; This is not a comment and will be displayed by MsgBox.
Related
#EscapeChar
Example
#CommentFlag // ; Change to C++ comment style.