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Object Type Vitals
Defined By LavishScript
Inherits none
Reduces To TRUE or FALSE
Variable Object Type bool
Uses Sub-Types no
C/C++ Type unsigned int


Short for boolean, a bool groups all numbers into exactly two categories, one called TRUE and one called FALSE. The TRUE category is made up of all numbers except for zero, and the FALSE category is made up of only zero.


  • bool Not: Gives the opposite value, e.g. if the value is TRUE, Not is FALSE
  • bool Equal[calculation]: TRUE if the boolean value matches the boolean result of the calculation (zero is FALSE, non-zero is TRUE)
  • string AsJSON: A string containing true or false as would be specified in JSON


  • Toggle: Toggles between TRUE and FALSE
  • Set[formula]: Sets this bool to a specific value


Declare a boolean variable

  • declare Boo1 bool FALSE

Set a boolean value

  • Boo1:Set[TRUE]

Toggle a boolean value

  • Boo1:Toggle

See Also

LavishScript Object Types