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float f = 65.0;
int i = int(f);
println(f + " : " + i);  // Prints "65.0 : 65"

char c = 'E';
i = int(c);
println(c + " : " + i);  // Prints "E : 69"
Description Converts any value of a primitive data type (boolean, byte, char, color, float, int, or long) to its integer representation.

When an array of values is passed in, then an int array of the same length is returned.
Updated on February 11, 2019 02:10:37pm EST

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