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Can anyone tell why do we use int here

export (int) var speed = 200

Is there any benifit of writing (int) after export

Godot version 3.3
in Engine by (942 points)

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int tells the editor to only let you enter integer numbers (or whole numbers) into the editor box for the variable speed, disallowing you from entering in floats e.g. 200.5 or strings e.g. "fast".

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Thank you!
Its somewhat same as c++
int = integer
bool = boolen
float = floating values

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