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Version: 1.5.0


Strings are of the predefined type string. Literal strings are set between double quotes.

const a :string = "Hello Alice";

Note: See predefined namespace String


Strings can be used in contexts where a boolean is expected: an empty string is then interpreted as false, and true otherwise.

const one = "" ? 0 : 1;
const zero = "foo" ? 0 : 1;