What is the difference between Int and Glint?

The difference between int and glint

is that "int" is clipping of integer and "glint" is a short flash of light.

int

glint

Noun

  • (programming) Clipping of integer.
  • Clipping of intelligence
  • Clipping of intermediate
  • Clipping of international
  • Clipping of interior (describing the location of a shot in a film script, etc.)

Coordinate terms

  • long

Noun

  • A short flash of light.

Examples

  • I saw the glint of metal as he raised the gun.

Adjective

  • (archaic, Shropshire, of a blade) Not sharp; dull.

Examples

  • The knife is glint.

Verb

  • (intransitive) To flash or gleam briefly.
  • (intransitive) To glance; to peep forth, as a flower from the bud; to glitter.
  • (transitive) To cause to flash or gleam; to reflect.
  • (archaic, Shropshire, transitive) To dry; to wither.

Examples

  • A wedding ring glinted on her finger.
  • The rising sun owre Galston muirs, / Wi’ glorious light was glintin’
  • The scientists theorized that a meteoroid, ranging in size from a speck of dust to a marble, might have struck the satellite and chipped off a bit of debris that glinted a ray of sun back on the Vela’s second sensor […]
  • The sun glints grass and corn.