Hello, so basically I am wondering how i can check for number types.

In Regular Lua, there is a `math`

function known as `math.type()`

which would allow you to check what type of number a number is, Like if its a Float, or if its an Integer.

## Basic Rundown:

`Float`

is a number with Decimals

`Integer`

is a whole number

However in Luau, It is known as a `Double`

rather than a `Float`

, which I don’t understand why, and yet people get confused for angry when I call it a `Float`

instead of a `Double`

```
math.type(12) --> integer
math.type(21.1) --> float (or "double")
```

There is Obviously a whole lot more to my statement of:

But this is just supposed to be a Basic Rundown, and I want to stay on Topic, so I wont get into that

But Inside Luau, `math.type()`

doesn’t exist like with many other `math`

functions, and It doesn’t appear to be Documented under Compatibility or Type Checking, unless I’m not looking thoroughly enough (which is likely the case), However, there may be reasons for `math.type()`

not being in Luau that I’m probably not aware of.

How would I check for number types within Luau as it doesn’t appear to have this simple function like Lua?