Sometimes, when I use a variable often or haven't used it for a while I willforget the numeral it's currently at and its function. If Hopscptch invented a frequency table or line graph that displayed the mathematical functions of each variable in a certain order, would that make it easier to use variables, especially for beginners or people who forget the role of a certain variable?

Adding onto this I've seen variables in my projects act unusually.

Good idea?

@Thinbuffalo, @valgo, @CreationsOfaNoob, @t1_hopscotch?

If anyone doesn't understand:

The variables seem to randomly change and loop, but with a graph or variable display we can see the actions of variables, and even the integer and decimal form.

E.G you have a variable on 60, then decreases by 1 until it gets to 0. But have check once ifs and other "lag consuming" blocks around the variable change.

You can see where something goes wrong, by a graph/integer or decimal display.

And one more:

Hmm. They didn't put variables not the subscription, so maybe not.

Adding onto all this if you don't know what your variable is doing, you can see it through a graph. And if you might have more than one action on the variable (accidentally) the graph can easily show it.