User:SignpostMarv Martin/Sandbox/LSL/types

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String types

string

key

  • Key is the data type used to store UUID
  • Although Second Life UUIDs adhere to a specific standard, the key data type itself can store any valid string.


Numeric types

float

  • LSL Floats adhere to the IEEE 754 standard for floating point numbers.

integer

  • In LSL, integers are 32-bit values ranging from -2147483648 to 2147483647.
  • LSL does not have an unsigned integer type (which would allow for values between 0 and 4294967295)
  • Integers can either be entered in decimal or hexadecimal

Examples

  1. integer foo = 10;
  2. integer bar = 0xa; // returns 10
  3. float bah = 10.0;
  1. integer foo = (integer)16.4; // returns 16
  2. float bar = 16.4;

vector

rotation

list

See Also