The int type represents a signed 32-bit integer between -2,147,483,648 and 2,147,483,647. The default value is 0.
An int literal can be a decimal (base 10) or hexadecimal (base 16) number. A decimal integer literal consists of a string of decimal digits (0-9). A hexadecimal literal consists of "0x" or "0X" followed by a string of hexadecimal digits (0-9, a-f, A-F).
The following functions can be used to convert another data type to an int:
The following functions can be used to convert an int to another data type:
There is no implicit conversion to an int.
The following functions allow an int to exists outside of the scope of the current script by storing it on an object, effect or event:
The following functions allow an int which exist outside of the scope of the current script to be used in the current script by retrieving it from an object, effect or event:
In dascript there is no Boolean type. Instead integer values are used to represent Boolean values: 0 represents the false state and anything else represents the true state. For convenience two boolean constants have been defined in script.ldf to represent the true and false states:
Care should be taken when evaluating comparisons with TRUE as, for example, the number 2 will evaluate to true but 2 == TRUE would evaluate to false because the literal value of TRUE is not 2.