All these functions have an alias starting with an uppercase character.
In other words,
(int 42) and
(Int 42) are both valid, and represent the same value.
Represents the raw bytes value of a string.
Represents a RGBA color where each component is within the [0, 255] range.
Creates a contextual variable with the given name.
The uppercase alias for this function is
Represents a floating point number.
Represents a vector of 2 floating point numbers.
Represents a vector of 3 floating point numbers.
Represents a vector of 4 floating point numbers.
Represents a signed integer.
Represents a vector of 2 signed integers.
Represents a vector of 3 signed integers.
Represents a vector of 4 signed integers.
Represents a string.