ACTION: return the integer value located by the address contained in the variable
USE: reading writing data, using pointers
int a=42
print @a 'address of a
sys b    'sys' ensures an integer large enough to hold a pointer
b=@a     'assin address of a to b
print *b '42

REMARKS: Unlike C, pointer resolution is normally handled implictly.

RELATED: @ ? strptr addr