♦ The primitive classes provide a large library of methods to operate on the primitive object. Most methods have three separate implementations - an instance method of the primitive class, a global method, and a 'compiler' method, usable during compile-time logic.
♦ The following tables show some of the key primitive methods.
'int' Class Methods
'float' Class Methods
'string' Class Methods
'bool' and Enumumeration Methods
Type Conversion and Miscellaneous Methods