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Object Type Vitals
Defined By LavishScript
Inherits none
Reduces To The string representation of this number
Variable Object Type uint
Uses Sub-Types no
C/C++ Type unsigned int


Short for unsigned integer, a uint is a positive whole number that can be represented in 32 bits. This datatype is limited to the numbers 0 to 4,294,967,295 (4 billion).


  • float Float: This number, converted to a float
  • string Hex: A hexadecimal string equivalent to this number
  • uint Reverse: This number, with its bytes reversed (1234 is turned into 3523477504.. easier to see in hex: 00 00 04 D2 -> D2 04 00 00)
  • string LeadingZeroes[#]: A string representation of this number, with at least this many decimal places. The number will be lead with zeroes to reach the desired length
  • int Signed: This number as 32-bit signed
  • bool Between[a,b]: TRUE if a<= value and value <= b
  • bool Equal[formula]: TRUE if the uint matches the specified value
  • string AsJSON: A string with the value of the uint, as would be in JSON


  • Inc: Increments this uint by 1
  • Inc[formula]: Increments this uint by a given amount
  • Dec: Decrements this uint by 1
  • Dec[formula]: Decrements this uint by a given amount
  • Set[formula]: Sets this uint to a given value


Declare an unsigned integer

  • declare Count uint 37

Set an integer's value

  • Count:Set[37430]

Add two integers

  • Total:Set[${Total}+${Current}]

Increment an integer

  • Count:Inc

Decrement an integer

  • Count:Dec

See Also

LavishScript Object Types