[solved] Built in variables

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[solved] Built in variables

Post by eporocrail » 02.07.2015, 14:30

Hello

I would like to start working with built in variables. Who can tell me where I can find an overview of the Rocrail built in variables?

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Ellard
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Re: Built in variables

Post by cds » 02.07.2015, 14:43

Hello!

"built in variables"????

In my understanding a "variable" is something to be defined by one himself ...
Maybe I missunderstand you.

Regarding variables in general please refer to the wiki.

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Re: Built in variables

Post by eporocrail » 02.07.2015, 14:47

Hi

An example could be: %lcid%, %mvspeed%

I am looking for a complete list of this kind of built in variables.

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Re: Built in variables

Post by eporocrail » 02.07.2015, 14:57

I found it indeed.

Content-> Object-> Text almost at the bottom.

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Re: Built in variables

Post by Schorse » 02.07.2015, 21:25

Hi Claus,
Maybe I missunderstand you.
Yes, you do:
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Re: Built in variables

Post by RainerK » 03.07.2015, 06:06

Hi together,

to better find the "build in" variables, I inserted a note and link in the Variables "Description" and also in the corresponding de-page

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Re: Built in variables

Post by cds » 03.07.2015, 07:44

Hello all!

Thank you.

(For me these are not "Variables" but "Constants" or "Macros". For me "Variable" is the definition I insert in the "ID" field. No discussion about necessary.)

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Re: Built in variables

Post by RainerK » 03.07.2015, 08:29

Hi Claus
cds wrote:...(For me these are not "Variables" but "Constants" or "Macros". For me "Variable" is the definition I insert in the "ID" field. No discussion about necessary.)
In my opinion this statement need a correction, because "Variables" are definitely not "Constants" or "Macros".
Constants not, because its value doesn't never changed after first definition.
Macros not, because the macro need ever to start a short or longer process (macro !) to get the result value.

Excuse me, but that are programmers basics.

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