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hpl3:community:scripting:angelscript_tutorial [2018/04/13 17:21]
abion47 [Variable Types]
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abion47 [Variable Types]
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 There is one more built-in type for AngelScript,​ and it has nothing to do with numbers: There is one more built-in type for AngelScript,​ and it has nothing to do with numbers:
  
-^Type Name ^Possible Values ^ Default |+^Type Name ^Possible Values ^Default |
 |bool |true, false |false | |bool |true, false |false |
  
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 ^Type Name ^Possible Values ^Default | ^Type Name ^Possible Values ^Default |
-|[[:​hpl3:​community:​scripting:​classes:​tstring|tString]] |"​Hello SOMA" |  |+|[[:​hpl3:​community:​scripting:​classes:​tstring|tString]] |"​Hello SOMA" |<font inherit/​inherit;;#​FF0000;;​inherit><​Empty></​font> ​ |
  
 That's all well and good, but how do you get at the values in the array? That is done using something called //indexer notation//. Let me show you how it works: That's all well and good, but how do you get at the values in the array? That is done using something called //indexer notation//. Let me show you how it works:
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