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SALIERI Language - INT

INT: simple -> integer

Call syntax:

INT converts boolean, integer, real, and string objects into integer values. The boolean values FALSE and TRUE are converted into 0 and 1; real numbers are converted by truncating the non-integer part (as opposed to the conversion realized by ceil and floor).

string values are interpreted as integer values, non-integer parts are truncated if specified. If a string value does not correspond to a valid integer or real value, INT returns 0.

Result= 1
> INT(2.9)
Result= 2
> INT(-2.9)
Result= 2
> INT("hallo")
Result= 0
> INT("2.3a")
Result= 2
> INT(2.3a)
Error in command-line:
parse error

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