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Be careful when using [[str]] on arrays and you are used to putting a ''whitespace'' behind every comma:
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<code>[[str]] [0, 0, 0] {{=}}{{=}} "[0, 0, 0]"; {{cc|false}}</code>
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Revision as of 22:59, 16 February 2021

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Description

Description:
Description needed
Groups:
Strings

Syntax

Syntax:
Syntax needed
Parameters:
value: Anything
Return Value:
Return value needed

Examples

Example 1:
_s = str (2 + 3); The value of _s is the string "5"
Example 2:
a = []; ac = 0; while {ac < 5} do { ac = count a; a set [ac, format ["Index %1", ac]]; }; hintSilent str a; Hints all of ["Index 0","Index 1","Index 2","Index 3","Index 4"] including brackets, quotes and commas.

Additional Information

See also:
See also needed

Notes

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Posted on September 29, 2009 - 20:17 (UTC)
Sbsmac
When applied to a unit, this returns the variable name that was assigned to the unit in the editor. For example, if you have created a playable unit with the name 'thePlayer' then you can use 'str player' to return "thePlayer";
Posted on December 5, 2014 - 20:21 (UTC)
DreadedEntity
If you try to count string, the added quotations marks are valid characters and will be counted.
Posted on July 15, 2017 - 09:59 (UTC)
Killzone Kid
If you want to make empty string with str that doesn't have any quotation marks, but is still a String you can use text: str ""; // "" count str ""; // 2 str text ""; // count str text ""; // 0


Posted on February 16, 2021 - 20:59 (UTC)
R3vo
Be careful when using str on arrays and you are used to putting a whitespace behind every comma: str [0, 0, 0] == "[0, 0, 0]"; // false