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Type Conversion/Type coercions

Converting an expression of a given type to another type is known as type conversion.

NebulaGraph supports converting expressions explicit to other types. For details, see Type conversion functions.

Examples

nebula> UNWIND [true, false, 'true', 'false', NULL] AS b \
        RETURN toBoolean(b) AS b;
+----------+
| b        |
+----------+
| true     |
| false    |
| true     |
| false    |
| __NULL__ |
+----------+

nebula> RETURN toFloat(1), toFloat('1.3'), toFloat('1e3'), toFloat('not a number');
+------------+----------------+----------------+-------------------------+
| toFloat(1) | toFloat("1.3") | toFloat("1e3") | toFloat("not a number") |
+------------+----------------+----------------+-------------------------+
| 1.0        | 1.3            | 1000.0         | __NULL__                |
+------------+----------------+----------------+-------------------------+

Last update: September 16, 2022