If you want to be a good scripter/programmer, it is highly suggested that you seriously consider adding comments within your code. For one, having comments will make it much easier for you or someone else to re-read your code. The more time that passes from when you wrote the original code to the time you come back to revisit it, the more valuable those comments become.
Single-line comments start with
The following example shows the use of a single-line comment.
There may be instances where you need to add multiple-line comments to your scripts. While you could simply add double slashes at the beginning of each line, it is not as convenient. This is where the multi-line comment tags may be used.
Multi-line comments consist of the opening comment tag
/*, the comments themselves, followed by the closing comment tag
Here is an example of a multi-line comment: