- All whole numbers from -2147483648 to 2147483647; in rare cases, only from -32768 to 32767.
- unsigned integer
- All non-negative whole numbers from 0 to either 32767, 2147483647 or 4294967296.
- Any decimal number.
- All whole numbers from 0 to 255.
- signed byte
- All whole numbers from -128 to 127.
- yes or no, true or false, 1 or 0.
- Normal text.
- Character-separated list of strings.
- Character-separated list of integers.
- Red, Green, and Blue is the most common way colors are represented. Each byte represents the amount of each color respectively, with 0 as the minimum and 255 as the maximum.
This color model is used with RadColor, for instance.
- Hue, Saturation, and Brightness is used much less frequently than RGB. Similarly, each byte represents the amount of each factor. However, it is important to note that the Tiberian Sun and Red Alert 2 engines use a unique HSB color model that is not the same as the one used by most PC programs, like MS Paint.
- Color definition values, either in R,G,B or H,S,B notation.
This unique color model is used with flags in the
- Either a locomotor, or an AI general identifier.
- Either a direct percentage (e.g. “50%”), or a floating point value (e.g. “0.5”).
- If given as a value type, this value doesn’t conform to any typical format.
Please check the context of the documentation to see how the value must be formatted.