Haxe API documentation version 3.3
Haxe is an open source toolkit based on a modern, high level, strictly typed programming language, a cross-compiler, a complete cross-platform standard library and ways to access each platform's native capabilities.
Getting Started With Haxe
- Take a look at our introduction
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An Array is a storage for values. You can access it using indexes or with its API.
The standard Boolean type, which can either be
An abstract type that represents a Class.
The Date class provides a basic structure for date and time related information. Date instances can be created by
The DateTools class contains some extra functionalities for handling
The EReg class represents regular expressions.
An abstract type that represents an Enum type.
An abstract type that represents any enum value.
IntIterator is used for implementing interval iterations.
A linked-list of elements. The list is composed of element container objects that are chained together. It is optimized so that adding or removing an element does not imply copying the whole list content every time.
Map allows key to value mapping for arbitrary value types, and many key types.
This class defines mathematical functions and constants.
The Reflect API is a way to manipulate values dynamically through an abstract interface in an untyped manner. Use with care.
Single-precision IEEE 32bit float (4-byte).
The Std class provides standard methods for manipulating basic types.
The basic String class.
A String buffer is an efficient way to build a big string by appending small elements together.
This class gives you access to many base functionalities of system platforms. Looks in
The Haxe Reflection API allows retrieval of type information at runtime.
Crossplatform Xml API.
Xml node types.