then you could remove the = in a copy of your application and use Johannes approach.
But maybe this way works also :
'$(Variable1)' as Variable1
,'$(Variable2)' as Variable2
STORE  into c:\Variables.txt (txt);
One way of doing this is to create all variables in the script and export the script file from which the variables can be created. Probably this is a good practice as this documents all the variables in the application.
thxs for the reply... i have tried this approach but the variables that are declared with the '=' displays the result rather than the expression.
how can i export the exact expression of the variables which has the expression starting with '='?
the example shared by you doesnot contain '=' sign before the expression...so the result is the whole expression but if the expression is declared with '=' sign at the begining then it doesn'tshow the expression but the result of the expression.
See the attached file.
no its a one time thing...actually the thing is that the applications have very complex expressions defined in them. so i wanted to export all the expressions for safe keeping.