SPC Version 0.9.5
The enum keyword is used to create an enumerated type named name.
The syntax is show below.
The enumerated type consists of the elements in name-list. The var-list argument is optional, and can be used to create instances of the type along with the declaration. For example, the following code creates an enumerated type for colors:
In the above example, the effect of the enumeration is to introduce several new constants named red, orange, yellow, etc. By default, these constants are assigned consecutive integer values starting at zero. You can change the values of those constants, as shown by the next example:
In the above example, green has a value of 16. Once you have defined an enumerated type you can use it to declare variables just like you use any native type. Here are a few examples of using the enum keyword: