There are two different types of vars. You have varps and varcs. The 'p' at the end stands for player, and are played based vars.
The 'c' at the end stands for client, and thus are client based vars (also known als global configs).
Seems like neither of the above explained what varbits are/do.
Varbits were an actual packet in RS from like revisions 500'ish (IK they definitely exist in 562) to around 750'ish. RS removed this feature once again in RS3 as it's completely useless and the shifting can just as well be done through the var packet server side. The only difference between the two is that with var, you send an entire var which consists of a lot of bits, however with varbit you'd only send a specific bit in a var. The packet basically did the shifting process for you.
Almost forgot. ConfigByFile's correct name is Varbit.
Thanks for the informations
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