The function attempts to create a temporary global variable. If the variable doesn't exist, the system creates a new temporary global variable.
[in] The name of a temporary global variable.
Temporary global variables exist only while the client terminal is running; after the terminal shutdown they are automatically deleted. Note that during the execution of GlobalVariablesFlush() temporary global variables are not written to a disk.
After a temporary global variable has been created, it can be accessed and modified the same as global variable of the client terminal.