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12th January, 2011 at 13:26:10 -

What would be the best way to make functions in MMF?
One of the ways i can think of is to call 1 fast loop and for parameters set variables to an object. And then on that fast loop use the variables parsed as it's parameters.

Im not sure if i made that make any sense.. In a programming language like python you could do this:

def movePlayer(param1, param2, ect):
setPlayerXY(param1, param2)

In MMF you would call a fastloop named "movePlayer", and then set the param1 and param2 to the x and y values, and then on the condition:

on fastloop "movePlayer"
set player x to the variable param1
set player y to the variable param2

Hope that makes sense... But is there a better way to do this, will appreciate your help

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12th January, 2011 at 13:30:41 -

Deja vu!

http://create-games.com/forum_post.asp?id=282012&show=all

In that thread, Strife mentioned a couple extensions that appear to do that. If you don't want extensions, my suggestion is what you suggested.

 

  		
  		

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12th January, 2011 at 14:29:22 -

So... in other words, no parameters with functions?

 
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12th January, 2011 at 17:48:58 -

Looks like the best way is to use the variables from an object to parse the parameters to the fast loops.

The fast function object seems to be able to only use one parameter.. which sux...
Another idea is to use the Lua object to call functions... sounds weird but it would work, you can call them inside MMF. Wow i'm awnsering my own questions ? :s

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