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*Returns zero if {{LSLPT|str}} is longer then 8 characters.
 
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|examples=<lsl>
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|examples=<source lang="lsl2">
 
integer value = llBase64ToInteger("3q0AAA==");
 
integer value = llBase64ToInteger("3q0AAA==");
  
 
// writes out -559087616
 
// writes out -559087616
 
llOwnerSay((string)value);
 
llOwnerSay((string)value);
</lsl>
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</source>
 
|helpers
 
|helpers
 
|also_functions={{LSL DefineRow||{{LSLG|llIntegerToBase64}}|}}
 
|also_functions={{LSL DefineRow||{{LSLG|llIntegerToBase64}}|}}

Latest revision as of 00:06, 22 January 2015

Summary

Function: integer llBase64ToInteger( string str );

Returns an integer that is str Base64 decoded as a big endian integer.

• string str Base64 string

Caveats

  • If str contains fewer then 6 characters the return is unpredictable.
    • BW: I think it ignores the null and reads 6 bytes regardless which would explain why the return is unpredictable.
  • Returns zero if str is longer then 8 characters.
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Examples

integer value = llBase64ToInteger("3q0AAA==");
 
// writes out -559087616
llOwnerSay((string)value);

See Also

Functions

•  llIntegerToBase64

Articles

•  Base64

Deep Notes

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Signature

function integer llBase64ToInteger( string str );