The string type represents a sequence of between zero and approximately two billion characters. The default value is a string containing zero characters.
A string literal consists of zero or more characters enclosed in double quotes.
The following functions can be used to convert another data type to a string:
The following functions can be used to convert a string to another data type:
There is no implicit conversion to a string.
The following functions allow a string to exist outside of the scope of the current script by storing it on an object, effect or event:
The following functions allow a string which exists outside of the scope of the current script to be used in the current script by retrieving it from an object, effect or event:
Two or more strings can be concatenated together using the concatenation operator "+".
Escape sequences are used to insert special characters into a string literal. An escape sequence begins with a backslash character "\" followed by another string literal character.
|\\||The "\" character|
|\n||A new line (a carriage return and line feed)|