ACS built-in functions
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==Data type info== You may see specifiers such as ''void'', ''str'', ''int'' and others in ACS function signatures. They act as a guide on what kinds of values are expected, but in ACS there really are only two types: '''str''' and '''int''' (and '''str''' internally is merely a string ID number). Most importantly: *''void'' means that a function should be used as a procedure (command) without returning anything, *''fixed'' means you can use the decimal point notation: 1.0 is equivalent to 65536, 1.5 to 98304 etc. In ACS, such values are still of '''int''' type, but whether you use the decimal point or not is quite relevant. A value such as 128.0 is ''not'' the same as 128: it's actually equal to 8388608 (no decimal point).
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