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| A constant that represents boolean false.
The constant #false is used to assign or compare a variable or an expression with the boolean false value.
Internally, #false is represented by the integer value 0.
if #false display ok This will never be displayed if #true display ok This will always be displayed
- Constant system variables represent characters that are used as tokens within the EasyUO language itself, or characters that would not normally be parsed properly by EasyUO.
|#dot||A constant that represents the dot character|
|#false||A constant that represents boolean false|
|#smc||A constant that represents the semicolon character|
|#spc||A constant that represents the space character|
|#true||A constant that represents boolean true|