Inherent states are those that involve processing.
In StateGo, however, we have an embedded state and a comment state.
These states were born out of necessity and ideas during the development of StateGo.
Comment states are states that store comments.
But there is another way to use them.
When you want to comment out a state in use, you can change it to a comment state by changing its type from the state menu.
You can also revert to it.
Built-in states allow you to output the drawn program without using relocation features.
You can use it for variables, functions, enumerators, etc.
You can copy them just like normal state, which is useful for things like copying functions to another state machine.