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Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A 3 Contents Siebel eScript Language Reference 1 Chapter 1: What’s New in This Release Chapter 2: About Siebel eScript Overview of Siebel eScript 15 About Siebel eScript Code 15 About the Script Assist Utility 18 About Data Types and Numbers 20 About Primitive Data Types 20 About Composite Data Types 21 Properties and Methods of Common Data Types 24 How Siebel eScript Converts Data Types 24 About Numbers 26 About Functions and Methods 29 Chapter 3: Using Siebel eScript Using Operators in Siebel eScript 35 Overview of Mathematical Operators 35 Using a Shortcut Operation to Perform an Arithmetic Operation 36 Changing the Sequence in Which Siebel eScript Evaluates an Expression 37 Using Logical Operators and Conditional Expressions 37 Increasing or Decreasing the Value of a Variable 41 Using Less Code to Write an Else Statement 41 Concatenating Strings 42 Using a Bit Operator 43 Coding with Siebel eScript 43 Using Script Libraries 44 Using Strongly Typed and Typeless Variables 45 Declaring and Using Variables 46 Determining the Data Type of a Variable 49 Passing a Value to a Function 50 Preventing a Floating-Point Error 51 Using the Literal Value of a Special Character 51 Running Browser Script When Siebel CRM Starts a Siebel Application 52 Releasing an Object from Memory 52
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Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A Contents 4 Monitoring the Performance of Your Script 53 Guidelines for Using Siebel eScript 53 Make Sure You Use the Correct Format for Names 53 Make Sure You Use the Correct Case 56 Use Expressions, Statements, and Statement Blocks 56 Use a Primitive Data Type Instead of an Object Data Type 57 Use White Space to Improve Readability 57 Use Comments to Document Your Code 59 Make Sure the JavaScript Interpreter Can Run a Function 59 Chapter 4: Statements Reference Break Statement 61 Continue Statement 62 Do While Statement 63 For Statement 64 For In Statement 65 Goto Statement 66 If Statement 67 Switch Statement 69 Throw Statement 71 Try Statement 72 While Statement 74 With Statement 75 Chapter 5: Methods Reference Overview of Methods Reference 77 Array Methods 78 Overview of Array Methods 78 About Array Functions 79 About Associative Arrays 80 Add Array Elements Method 81 Concatenate Array Method 82 Create Array Elements Method 82 Delete Last Array Element Method 83 Get Largest Array Index Method 84 Get Subarray Method 84 Insert Array Elements Method 85 Reverse Array Order Method 86 Shift Array Left Method 87 Shift Array Right Method 87 Sort Array Method 88
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Contents Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A
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  • Summer '16
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  • Type system, Siebel, Siebel eScript

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