1. static


This struct stores arbitrary data, much like a JSON object. It allows for the use of quote strings as keynames. Unless specified otherwise (with keystructs) all its keys are syntactic types. static and all derivative types (collectively called statics) have the special ability to be declared as a substruct of any type and contain any substruct the parent allows. See Hierarchy section for more details on how this works.

Note that although it stores values in its keys as syntactic types, they must be recasted if inherited by substructs, so one does not need to do the casting explicitly.