tString has no public fields.
|Return Type||Function Name||Parameters||Description|
|uint64||length||const||Returns the length of the tString.|
|void||resize||uint64||Resizes the tString, removing characters and adding null characters as necessary.|
A tString is the HPL3 type for storing strings, or sequences of characters. They are created through use of a string literal, or a series of characters surrounded by quotation marks ( “ ).
tString sStr = "This is a string.";
A thing to note is that a tString is essentially a wrapper for an array of characters, meaning that you can retrieve characters within a tString by using square bracket ( [ ] ) syntax. (Characters in the HPL3 engine are represented by unsigned 8-bit integers, or
uint8 c = sStr;
A tString is null-terminated, meaning that when a tString is read (for example, in a cLux_AddDebugMessage function), the tString will only process its characters until it reaches a null-character, and characters after the null-character, if any, are ignored.
sStr.resize(5); sStr = 'H'; sStr = 'i'; sStr = '\0'; // This is a null-character sStr = 'Q'; sStr = '9'; cLux_AddDebugMessage(sStr); // The message as printed: // Hi