Typecasting as in from Object to GameObject, int to float etc.
Answer by Eric5h5
Jul 05, 2012 at 05:37 PM
You can use "as" for reference types.
var foo : Object;
var bar = foo as GameObject;
There isn't a direct method for value types, but you can use parseFloat or parseInt in the case of floats and ints.
I agree that this is not an ideal situation.
I am sorry if i haven't made myself clear to others.
Answer by nventimiglia
Jul 05, 2012 at 05:36 PM
float myHealth = 10f;
int healthA = myHealth as int;
int healthB = (int)myHealth;
Bizarrely, the question specifically asks for UnityScript and people post C# answers...not helpful....
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