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1.29.5 CharacterArray: converting

asByteArray
Return the receiver, converted to a ByteArray of ASCII values


asClassPoolKey
Return the receiver, ready to be put in a class pool dictionary


asGlobalKey
Return the receiver, ready to be put in the Smalltalk dictionary


asInteger
Parse an Integer number from the receiver until the input character is invalid and answer the result at this point


asLowercase
Returns a copy of self as a lowercase CharacterArray


asNumber
Parse a Number from the receiver until the input character is invalid and answer the result at this point


asPoolKey
Return the receiver, ready to be put in a pool dictionary


asString
But I already am a String! Really!


asSymbol
Returns the symbol corresponding to the CharacterArray


asUnicodeString
Answer a UnicodeString whose character's codes are the receiver's contents This is not implemented unless you load the I18N package.


asUppercase
Returns a copy of self as an uppercase CharacterArray


fileName
But I don't HAVE a file name!


filePos
But I don't HAVE a file position!


isNumeric
Answer whether the receiver denotes a number


trimSeparators
Return a copy of the reciever without any spaces on front or back. The implementation is protected against the `all blanks' case.