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I want to get an array of 32 bit floats (a Float32Array in javascript) from JavaScript.eval(). When indexing the PoolByteArray JavaScript.eval() returns, I don't get floats. Is there a way to cast the PoolyByteArray to a PoolRealArray or something similar?


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Does something like

var foo = PoolRealArray(JavaScript.eval())

work? If the floating point number precision is cut off when the data is converted from JavaScript to the engine, there's not much else that can be done.

I got a "no such constructor" error.

Maybe it's this one instead?

 var foo = PoolFloatArray(JavaScript.eval())

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