I’ve been trying to change the
Color3.fromRGB(200, 0, 0) when the string isn’t a (string that can be converted into a) number. I’ve looked around on the DevForum, but couldn’t find any solutions.
Any help would be appreciated!
local list = script.Parent
if tonumber(list.BubbleDuration.UserInput.Text) or list.BubbleDuration.UserInput.Text == "" then
list.BubbleDuration.UserInput.BackgroundColor3 = Color3.fromRGB(100, 100, 100)
list.BubbleDuration.UserInput.BackgroundColor3 = Color3.fromRGB(200, 0, 0)
Have a nice day, iamajust
You can also use string patterns to detect digits. I assume your numbers are always integers, so this can work pretty well:
if string.match(text, '^%d$') then --or you can do %d%d for double digits, or %d+ for as many digits as you want
%d gets any digits from 0-9. You can do
%d+ to make sure it captures all the digits, but if you have a set number of digits, then you can do
%d for as many digits. The
^ is an anchor that makes sure the pattern occurs at the beginning and
$ makes sure it occurs at the end, so when you combine both, it makes sure the entire string is numerical.
Thanks for your amazing explanation and help! I will try this in a minute.
Is there any way I can check if the number is between 0 and 1? (Just asking since it doesn’t actually convert the string to a number.)