Array
Operators and functions for working with arrays (arr type) are described here. arr.typename means that you can specify any type name but in the case of the binary operator this type must be the same in both arrays.

Operator
Result
Description
* arr.typename
int
Returns the number of elements in the array.
arr.typename ?
bool
Calls bool(arr.typename).
arr.typename = arr.typename
arr.typename
Assignment operator.
arr.typename &= arr.typename
arr.typename
Creates a clone of the array. The new variable will work with the same data set.
arr.typename += arr.typename
arr.typename
Adds items from one array to another.
arr.str += str
arr.str
Adds a string to an array of strings.
arr.int += int
arr.int
Adds an integer number to an array of integer numbers.
arr.bool += bool
arr.bool
Adds a Boolean value to an array of Boolean values.
arr.arr.typename += arr.typename
arr.arr.typename
Adds an array to an array of arrays.
arr.map.typename += map.typename
arr.map.typename
Adds a map to an array of maps.
arr.typename [ int ]
typename
Sets/gets an array value by index.

The bool function returns false if the array is empty, otherwise, it returns true.

The Join function joins strings of the array. The separator string sep is placed between strings in the resulting string.

The Reverse function reverses the order of the elements in the array and returns this array.

The Slice function copies some consecutive elements from within an array. start is inclusive, while end is exclusive. The function returns the created array.

The Sort function sorts an array of strings in increasing order and returns it.
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bool(arr.typename a) bool
Join(arr.str a, str sep) str
Reverse( arr.typename a ) arr.typename
Slice( arr.typename a, int start, int end ) arr.typename
Sort(arr.str a) arr.str