int

Integer built-in type.

Description

Signed 64-bit integer type.

It can take values in the interval [-2^63, 2^63 - 1], i.e. [-9223372036854775808, 9223372036854775807]. Exceeding those bounds will wrap around.

int is a Variant type, and will thus be used when assigning an integer value to a Variant. It can also be enforced with the : int type hint.

var my_variant = 0 # int, value 0.
my_variant += 4.2 # float, value 4.2.
var my_int: int = 1 # int, value 1.
my_int = 4.2 # int, value 4, the right value is implicitly cast to int.
my_int = int("6.7") # int, value 6, the String is explicitly cast with int.
var max_int = 9223372036854775807
print(max_int) # 9223372036854775807, OK.
max_int += 1
print(max_int) # -9223372036854775808, we overflowed and wrapped around.

Constructors

int

int ( )

int

int ( int from )

int

int ( bool from )

int

int ( float from )

Operators

bool

operator != ( float right )

bool

operator != ( int right )

int

operator % ( int right )

int

operator & ( int right )

Color

operator * ( Color right )

Quaternion

operator * ( Quaternion right )

Vector2

operator * ( Vector2 right )

Vector2i

operator * ( Vector2i right )

Vector3

operator * ( Vector3 right )

Vector3i

operator * ( Vector3i right )

float

operator * ( float right )

int

operator * ( int right )

float

operator ** ( float right )

int

operator ** ( int right )

String

operator + ( String right )

float

operator + ( float right )

int

operator + ( int right )

float

operator - ( float right )

int

operator - ( int right )

float

operator / ( float right )

int

operator / ( int right )

bool

operator ( float right )

bool

operator ( int right )

int

operator ( int right )

bool

operator ( float right )

bool

operator ( int right )

bool

operator == ( float right )

bool

operator == ( int right )

bool

operator > ( float right )

bool

operator > ( int right )

bool

operator >= ( float right )

bool

operator >= ( int right )

int

operator >> ( int right )

int

operator ^ ( int right )

int

operator unary+ ( )

int

operator unary- ( )

int

operator | ( int right )

int

operator ~ ( )

Constructor Descriptions

Constructs a default-initialized int set to 0.


Constructs an int as a copy of the given int.


Cast a bool value to an integer value, int(true) will be equals to 1 and int(false) will be equals to 0.


Cast a float value to an integer value, this method simply removes the number fractions (i.e. rounds from towards zero), so for example int(2.7) will be equals to 2, int(0.1) will be equals to 0 and int(-2.7) will be equals to -2. This operation is also called truncation.

Operator Descriptions

Returns true if operands are different from each other.


Returns true if operands are different from each other.


  • int operator % ( int right )

Returns the remainder after dividing two integers. This operation uses truncated division, which is often not desired as it does not work well with negative numbers. Consider using @GlobalScope.posmod instead if you want to handle negative numbers.

print(5 % 2) # 1
print(12 % 4) # 0
print(-5 % 3) # -2

  • int operator & ( int right )

Returns the result of bitwise AND operation for two integers.

print(3 & 1) # 1
print(11 & 3) # 3

It's useful to retrieve binary flags from a variable.

var flags = 5
# Do something if the first bit is enabled.
if flags & 1:
    do_stuff()

Multiplies each component of the Color by the given int.


Multiplies each component of the Quaternion by the given int. This operation is not meaningful on its own, but it can be used as a part of a larger expression.


Multiplies each component of the Vector2 by the given int.

print(2 * Vector2(1, 1)) # Vector2(2, 2)

Multiplies each component of the Vector2i by the given int.


Multiplies each component of the Vector3 by the given int.


Multiplies each component of the Vector3i by the given int.


Multiplies an int and a float. The result is a float.


  • int operator * ( int right )

Multiplies two ints.



  • int operator ** ( int right )


Adds Unicode character with code int to the String.


Adds an int and a float. The result is a float.


  • int operator + ( int right )

Adds two integers.


Subtracts a float from an int. The result is a float.


  • int operator - ( int right )

Subtracts two integers.


Divides an int by a float. The result is a float.

print(10 / 3.0) # 3.333...

  • int operator / ( int right )

Divides two integers. The decimal part of the result is discarded (truncated).

print(10 / 2) # 5
print(10 / 3) # 3

Returns true if this int is less than the given float.


Returns true the left integer is less than the right one.


  • int operator << ( int right )

Performs bitwise shift left operation on the integer. Effectively the same as multiplying by a power of 2.

print(10 << 1) # 20
print(10 << 4) # 160

Returns true if this int is less than or equal to the given float.


Returns true the left integer is less than or equal to the right one.


Returns true if the integer is equal to the given float.


Returns true if both integers are equal.


Returns true if this int is greater than the given float.


Returns true the left integer is greater than the right one.


Returns true if this int is greater than or equal to the given float.


Returns true the left integer is greater than or equal to the right one.


  • int operator >> ( int right )

Performs bitwise shift right operation on the integer. Effectively the same as dividing by a power of 2.

print(10 >> 1) # 5
print(10 >> 2) # 2

  • int operator ^ ( int right )

Returns the result of bitwise XOR operation for two integers.

print(5 ^ 1) # 4
print(4 ^ 7) # 3

  • int operator unary+ ( )

Returns the same value as if the + was not there. Unary + does nothing, but sometimes it can make your code more readable.


  • int operator unary- ( )

Returns the negated value of the int. If positive, turns the number negative. If negative, turns the number positive. If zero, does nothing.


  • int operator | ( int right )

Returns the result of bitwise OR operation for two integers.

print(2 | 4) # 6
print(1 | 3) # 3

It's useful to store binary flags in a variable.

var flags = 0
# Turn first and third bit on.
flags |= 1
flags |= 4

  • int operator ~ ( )

Returns the result of bitwise NOT operation for the integer. It's effectively equal to -int + 1.

print(~4) # -3
print(~7) # -6