IntegerA value of class Integer is a positive or negative number without a
LITERAL EXPRESSIONS1 2 -1 1000
- The class identifier for the object. This property is read-only, and its value is always
OPERATORSThe Div operator always returns an integer as its result. The
*, Mod, and
^operators return integers or real numbers.
The operators that can have integers as operands are
/), Div, Mod,
COERCIONS SUPPORTEDAppleScript supports coercion of an Integer value to a single-item list, a real number, or a string.
You can also coerce an integer using the synonym Number, but the class of the resulting value remains unchanged:
set x to 7 as number class of x --result: integer
NOTESThe largest value that can be expressed as an integer in AppleScript is �536870909, which is equal to �(229- 3). Larger integers (positive or negative) are converted to real numbers (expressed in exponential notation) when
scripts are compiled.