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image scope

Refers to variables whose values persist throughout processing. You create an image-scope variable by declaring it within the init block.

See also pixel scope

init block

A script element used to declare non-image variables that will have image scope. It takes the following form:

init {
    foo = 0;
    bar = 2 * M_PI + sqrt(42);
    baz;
}

The init block is optional. When present, it must precede the body of the script and appear after the options block. There can only be one init block.

pixel scope

This is the default scope for non-image variables. Any value assigned to a pixel-scope variable is lost after each pixel is processed.

See also image scope.

runtime object
The executable version of a Jiffle script. This is a POJO that implements the JiffleRuntime interface.