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====== Number parsing ====== | ====== Number parsing ====== | ||

ACSUtils provides functions to convert strings to numbers. | ACSUtils provides functions to convert strings to numbers. | ||

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+ | ===== Bases ===== | ||

+ | The parsed numbers can be written in any base from 2 to 36. In bases over 10, letters of the alphabet are used as digits. | ||

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+ | If a base is not explicitly specified or is set to 0, base prefixes can be used: | ||

+ | * '' | ||

+ | * '' | ||

+ | * '' | ||

+ | |||

+ | For example, '' | ||

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+ | If no base prefix is present, base 10 is used by default | ||

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+ | If a base is specified when parsing the number, base prefixes are **not** supported and their presence is treated as error. | ||

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+ | ===== Errors ===== | ||

+ | The following errors can happen while parsing a number: | ||

+ | * '' | ||

+ | * '' | ||

+ | * '' | ||

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===== Simple functions ===== | ===== Simple functions ===== | ||

- | These simply return 0 on error: | + | These simply return 0 on error, b: |

* [[functions: | * [[functions: | ||

* [[functions: | * [[functions: | ||

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+ | ==== Examples ==== | ||

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* [[functions: | * [[functions: | ||

+ | Error statuses are: | ||

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+ | ==== Examples ==== | ||

+ | < | ||

+ | ParseInt(" | ||

+ | r1 -> PARSENUMBER_SUCCESS | ||

+ | r2 -> 123 | ||

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+ | ParseInt(" | ||

+ | r1 -> PARSENUMBER_SUCCESS | ||

+ | r2 -> 8 | ||

+ | ParseInt(" |

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