Currently you can access a string via

var s = "String"
world << s[3] // outputs "r"

However you're currently not able to do "[number]"[3] to grab the position of the character/value.

Another solution would be to allow for 479[2] which would output 7
var/number = 479
world << ("[number]")[2]
In response to Rotem12
Rotem12 wrote:
> var/number = 479
> world << ("[number]")[2]

Why didn't I think of that, Thanks lol