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Class

Table

Name

setInt()

Examples
Table table;

void setup() {

  table = new Table();
  
  table.addColumn("number", Table.INT);
  table.addColumn("mass", Table.FLOAT);
  table.addColumn("name", Table.STRING);
  
  table.addRow();  // Creates an empty row
  
  table.setInt(0, "number", 8);
  table.setFloat(0, "mass", 15.9994);
  table.setString(0, "name", "Oxygen");
  
  println(table.getInt(0, "number"));   // Prints 8
  println(table.getFloat(0, "mass"));   // Prints 15.9994
  println(table.getString(0, "name"));  // Prints "Oxygen"
}
Description Stores an integer value in the Table's specified row and column. The row is specified by its ID, while the column may be specified by either its ID or title.
Syntax
.setInt(row, column, value)
.setInt(row, columnName, value)
Parameters
row int: ID number of the target row
column int: ID number of the target column
value int: value to assign
columnName String: title of the target column
Returnsvoid
RelatedsetFloat()
setString()
getInt()
getFloat()
getString()
getStringColumn()
Updated on November 10, 2017 05:36:31pm EST

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