Name  Summary  Category 
integer  The [integer] method returns an integer, the value of which depends on the parameter(s) passed to the method. It has the following variants:

Integer 
integer  The integer data type represents positive or negative whole numbers or zero. Integers are stored as 64bit signed values. Integers are usually created as literals. Positive integer literals are...  Integer 
integer_random  [ integer_random ] provides a random integer. When called with the optional upper and lower params will provide a random integer between the parameters. Lower defaults to 0 when not provided. The...  Integer 
integer_bitOr  No description available.  Integer 
integer>hash  No description available.  Integer 
integer>hosttonet16  [Integer>HostToNet16] swaps the first 16 bits of an integer on a lowendian machine such as (Windows). This is an important operation for many network operations. This tag does nothing on...  Integer 
integer>hosttonet32  [Integer>HostToNet32] swaps the first 32 bits of an integer on a lowendian machine such as (Windows). This is an important operation for many network operations. This tag does nothing on...  Integer 
integer>nettohost16  [Integer>NetToHost16] swaps the first 16 bits of an integer on a lowendian machine such as (Windows). This is an important operation for many network operations. This tag does nothing on a...  Integer 
integer>nettohost32  [Integer>NetToHost32] swaps the first 32 bits of an integer on a lowendian machine such as (Windows). This is an important operation for many network operations. This tag does nothing on a...  Integer 
integer>bitset  [Integer>BitSet] sets the bit specified in the integer parameter. The bit index should be between 1 and 64. Returns the result leaving the left side source variable unmodified.  Integer 
integer>bittest  [Integer>BitTest] returns True if the bit specified in the integer parameter is 1 or False otherwise. The bit index should be between 1 and 64.  Integer 
integer>bitflip  [Integer>BitFlip] flips the bit specified in the integer parameter. The bit index should be between 1 and 64. Returns the result leaving the left side unmodified.  Integer 
integer>bitclear  [Integer>BitClear] clears the bit specified in the integer parameter. The bit index should be between 1 and 64. Returns the result leaving the left side unmodified.  Integer 
integer>bitor  [Integer>BitOr] performs a bitwise Or operation between each bit in the base integer and the integer parameter. Returns the result leaving the left side unmodified.  Integer 
integer>bitand  [Integer>BitAnd] performs a bitwise AND operation between each bit in the base integer and the integer parameter. Returns the result and leaves the integer left side unmodified.  Integer 
integer>bitxor  [Integer>BitXOr] performs a bitwise ExclusiveOr (e.g. XOR) operation between each bit in the base integer and the integer parameter.  Integer 
integer>bitnot  [Integer>BitNot] flips every bit in the base integer. Returns the result without modifying the source integer.  Integer 
integer>bitshiftleft  [Integer>BitShiftLeft] shifts the bits in the base integer left by the number specified in the integer parameter. The bit offset should be between 1 and 64.  Integer 
integer>bitshiftright  [Integer>BitShiftRight] shifts the bits in the base integer right by the number specified in the integer parameter. The bit offset should be between 1 and 64.  Integer 
integer>bytes  [Integer>Bytes] returns the raw bytes for an integer.  Integer 
integer>abs  [integer>abs] returns the absolute value for an integer.  Integer 
integer>div  [integer>div] returns a pair containing the quotient and the remainder. The LHS integer is the dividend, the RHS parameter is the divisor.  Integer 
integer>asString  The [integer>asString] method formats the integer as a string. This method replaces the [Integer>SetFormat] tag from Lasso 8.x and earlier. In Lasso 9 integers and decimals have no state, and...  Integer 
integer>dereferencepointer  No description available.  Integer 
integer>asDecimal  [integer>asDecimal] converts an integer to a decimal.  Integer 
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