Any is a type that is compatible with any other in both ways.
An Array is a storage for values. You can access it using indexes or
with its API.
ArrayAccess is used to indicate a class that can be accessed using brackets.
The type parameter represents the type of the elements stored.
The standard Boolean type, which can either be
An abstract type that represents a Class.
The Date class provides a basic structure for date and time related
information. Date instances can be created by
Dynamic is a special type which is compatible with all other types.
An abstract type that represents an Enum type.
An abstract type that represents any enum value.
Type for the Haxe Reflection API.
Float type, this is a double-precision IEEE 64bit float.
Int type. Its precision depends on the platform.
Iterable is a data structure which has an
Lambda for generic functions on iterable structures.
Iterator is a structure that permits iteration over elements of type
KeyValueIterable is a data structure which has an
to iterate over key-value-pairs.
KeyValueIterator is an
Iterator that has a key and a value.
Lambda class is a collection of methods to support functional
programming. It is ideally used with
using Lambda and then acts as an
extension to Iterable types.
Null can be useful in two cases. In order to document some methods
that accept or can return a
null value, or for the Flash compiler and AS3
generator to distinguish between base values that can be
null and others that
The Reflect API is a way to manipulate values dynamically through an
abstract interface in an untyped manner. Use with care.
The Std class provides standard methods for manipulating basic types.
The basic String class.
A String buffer is an efficient way to build a big string by appending small
This class provides advanced methods on Strings. It is ideally used with
using StringTools and then acts as an extension
The Haxe Reflection API allows retrieval of type information at runtime.
Int type is only defined for Flash and C#.
Simulate it for other platforms.
Void type. Only
null values can be of the type