Difference between revisions of "Nil (type)"

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Latest revision as of 02:46, 25 August 2013

nil is Lua's null. It is different from any other value and represents false in a logical expression. Most of the time, it is used to indicate the lack of a useful value.

Check Wikipedia's page on the null pointer for more informations.

For a more in-depth and concise explanation of types, please consult the Lua 5.1 Official Manual.