The Int32Array type represents an array of twos-complement 32-bit signed integers.
Once established, you can reference elements in the array using the object's methods, or using standard array index syntax (that is, using bracket notation).
Documentation for this class was provided by MDN. var length(default,null) : IntThe number of entries in the array. Read only. function new( buffer : ArrayBuffer, ?byteOffset : Int, ?length : Int ) : Void
|Int32Array Int32Array(unsigned long length); |
|Int32Array Int32Array(TypedArray array); |
|Int32Array Int32Array(sequence<type> array); |
|Int32Array Int32Array(ArrayBuffer buffer, optional unsigned long byteOffset, optional unsigned long length); |
Returns a new Int32Array object.
Int32Array Int32Array( unsigned long length ); Int32Array Int32Array( TypedArray array ); Int32Array Int32Array( sequence<type> array ); Int32Array Int32Array( ArrayBuffer buffer, optional unsigned long byteOffset, optional unsigned long length );
- The number of elements in the byte array. If unspecified, length of the array view will match the buffer's length.
- An object of any of the typed array types (such as Int16Array), or a sequence of objects of a particular type, to copy into a new ArrayBuffer. Each value in the source array is converted to a 32-bit signed integer before being copied into the new array.
- An existing ArrayBuffer to use as the storage for the new Int32Array object.
- The offset, in bytes, to the first byte in the specified buffer for the new view to reference. If not specified, the Int32Array's view of the buffer will start with the first byte.
A new Int32Array object representing the specified data buffer.
Sets multiple values in the typed array, reading input values from a specified array.
- An array from which to copy values. All values from the source array are copied into the target array, unless the length of the source array plus the offset exceeds the length of the target array, in which case an exception is thrown. If the source array is a typed array, the two arrays may share the same underlying ArrayBuffer; the browser will intelligently copy the source range of the buffer to the destination range.
- offset Optional
- The offset into the target array at which to begin writing values from the source array. If you omit this value, 0 is assumed (that is, the source array will overwrite values in the target array starting at index 0).