Obsolete since JSAPI 13
This feature is obsolete. Although it may still work in some browsers, its use is discouraged since it could be removed at any time. Try to avoid using it.

Aliases for C/C++ integer types.


typedef ... jsint;
typedef ... jsuint;

typedef ... jsword;
typedef ... jsuword;

typedef ... intN;
typedef ... uintN;

// Following types are still provides in js/public/LegacyIntTypes.h,
// But should not use them.
typedef ... int8;
typedef ... uint8;
typedef ... int16;
typedef ... uint16;
typedef ... int32;
typedef ... uint32;
typedef ... int64;
typedef ... uint64;


jsint and jsuint are 32-bit integer types.

jsword and jsuword are pointer-sized integer types.

intN and uintN are integer types the same size as the platform's native int type.

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