User talk:Lukas Kreator

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Hi Lukas, thanks for adding some material to the BSL Operators and Data pages. As you might imagine, we eventually want to document those areas a bit more thoroughly. That is, we all know what 'int' means, but what happens when a variable declared as int has a float added to it? Does it simply truncate the digits behind the decimal point of the float when adding? And what if a bool is set to 3 and then its value is read? Will it be 1? Just some suggestions if you want to explore those interactions at some point and document them. Finally, you missed a few operators such as '<=', and the alternate symbol '=' for 'eq'. Please see the table at the bottom of the main BSL page for the complete list. Thanks. --Iritscen 17:57, 13 February 2012 (CET)

To correct what I said above, in response to your question on my talk page last month, '=' is indeed the assignment operator and 'eq' is a relational operator. Sorry for the confusion. --Iritscen (talk) 21:02, 17 December 2012 (CET)