Scripts / [SOLVED] One script for multiple zombies

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Mortt
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Posted: 18th Feb 2023 18:41
How can you assign entity number, as in (g_Entity[e]['obj']) to a script when the script is used by several zombies?
So that each zombie using the script has the unique object number that can then be worked on, adapted in the script.
For example. 5 zombies in script. Each zombie then goes to a specific location. The object number then allows for the scripting that controls the actions of each zombie in one script.
Any ideas would be very helpful.
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Posted: 19th Feb 2023 19:00
yes, arrays/lists are fine for keeping lists of objects.
you would probably want a more user friendly way to define how they are grouped though, i.e. if named "zombie1" do this, else if named "zombie2" do this else do this etc
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Posted: 20th Feb 2023 14:05
Yes. Was thinking of naming the individual zombies. But using lists sounds like a good plan. I did have this.
EntID001, 2,3 and 4 defined as object number at start of script. The actual obj numbers being 70012, 70013, 70014, 70015.
if EntID001 == g_Entity[e]['obj'] then ResetPosition(e,ResPosX01,600,ResPosZ01) end
if EntID002== g_Entity[e]['obj'] then ResetPosition(e,ResPosX02,600,ResPosZ02) end
if EntID003 == g_Entity[e]['obj'] then ResetPosition(e,ResPosX03,600,ResPosZ03) end
if EntID004 == g_Entity[e]['obj'] then ResetPosition(e,ResPosX04,600,ResPosZ04) end
This worked yesterday then it doesn't today. For some strange reason.
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Posted: 20th Feb 2023 16:16 Edited at: 20th Feb 2023 16:16
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Posted: 26th Feb 2023 12:15
smallg and 3com.
That is cool. All works now. But animations are a bit of a sticky issue, but perhaps its just since the windows update.
Thanks guys.
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