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I don't understand the type of temp var. ex: I register a collection of formatted functions. r = engine->RegisterObjectMethod("string", "string@ formatted(const string& in, const int)", asMETHOD(asString, formattedINT), asCALL_THISCALL); ASSERT( r >= 0 ); r = engine->RegisterObjectMethod("string", "string@ formatted(const string& in, const float)", asMETHOD(asString, formattedFLOAT), asCALL_THISCALL); ASSERT( r >= 0 ); r = engine->RegisterObjectMethod("string", "string@ formatted(const string& in, const uint)", asMETHOD(asString, formattedUINT), asCALL_THISCALL); ASSERT( r >= 0 ); r = engine->RegisterObjectMethod("string", "string@ formatted(const string& in, const double)", asMETHOD(asString, formattedDOUBLE), asCALL_THISCALL); ASSERT( r >= 0 ); and in script: formatted("%.0f", int(5-10)*(100/255.0)); ==> -2, right! formatted("%.0f", (5-10)*(100/255.0)); ==> 1684300898, error! formatted("%.0f", float(5-10)*(100/255.0)); ==> 1684300898, error! formatted("%.0f", double(5-10)*(100/255.0)); ==> 1684300898, error! formatted("%.0f", float(-5)*(100/255.0)); ==> -2, right! that is , the temp variable is always use uint to reserve the value, and the double(), float() constructor doesn't convert it to signed value. These behavior of type conversion make me confused.

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Interesting, the simplest angelscript code could demo this is like this:

// as code
void fun()
{
float tmp = float(5-10);
}


It seems a issue in asCCompiler::CompileMathOperator(...)in as_compiler.cpp:


asCCompiler::CompileMathOperator(...)
...
if( lctx->type.dataType.IsIntegerType() ||
lctx->type.dataType.IsUnsignedType() )
{
if( lctx->type.dataType.GetSizeInMemoryDWords() == 1 )
{
int v = 0;
if( op == ttPlus )
v = lctx->type.intValue + rctx->type.intValue;
else if( op == ttMinus )
v = lctx->type.intValue - rctx->type.intValue;
else if( op == ttStar )
v = lctx->type.intValue * rctx->type.intValue;
else if( op == ttSlash )
{
if( rctx->type.intValue == 0 )
v = 0;
else
v = lctx->type.intValue / rctx->type.intValue;
}
else if( op == ttPercent )
{
if( rctx->type.intValue == 0 )
v = 0;
else
v = lctx->type.intValue % rctx->type.intValue;
}


// v's value is -5, it is an Integer, so ctx->type should be Integer and
// v should assign to ctx->type.intValue,
// but here it is set to Unsigned Integer

ctx->type.SetConstantDW(lctx->type.dataType, v);
}

...


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