macro_rules! lnv {
    {} => { ... };
    {$($name:literal:$value:expr,)*} => { ... };
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Creates a LuNameValue containing the arguments.

The syntax is name: value, where name is a string literal that will be converted to a LuVarWString<u32>, and value is an expression that will be converted to an LnvValue.


lnv! {
	"wstring": "string expression",
	"i32": 42i32,
	"f32": 3.14f32,
	"f64": 3.14f64,
	"u32": 42u32,
	"bool": true,
	"i64": i64::MAX,
	"u64": u64::MAX,
	"string": b"byte slice",

Care should be taken with integer and float literals to suffix them with the correct type, as seen above. Rust assumes i32 for integer and f64 for float literals by default, which may not be what you want, and can lead to incorrect serialization.