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Requirements:
 
Requirements:
 
- Compatible object (carrier/ship) must have a base model with reference memory points and set of parts defined as separate objects in cfgVehicles config with their own models.
 
- Compatible object (carrier/ship) must have a base model with reference memory points and set of parts defined as separate objects in cfgVehicles config with their own models.
Main ship base must have a definition of all listed sub parts and memory point position to reference it's placement in 3D space.
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Main ship base must have a definition of all listed sub parts and memory point position to reference it is placement in 3D space.
  
 
Example in cfgVehicles class for ship base
 
Example in cfgVehicles class for ship base
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and parameters from config
 
and parameters from config
  
Returns: exposes and array of objects (ship parts) to other scripts for easy access as variable in it's own object name-space.
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Returns: exposes and array of objects (ship parts) to other scripts for easy access as variable in it is own object name-space.
 
Result: Destroyer (ship) is assembled
 
Result: Destroyer (ship) is assembled
  

Revision as of 18:31, 7 September 2020

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Description

Description:
/*
	Author: Bravo Zero One development
	- John_Spartan

	Description:
	- This is a main function designed to assemble dynamic ship (multi-part structure). Ship consists of multiple sub-objects that are linked together based on precise memory point positions in 3D space.

	Execution:
	- Call from EH on the main ship's base model (blank model with memory points and reference config).

		Example:
		class Eventhandlers
		{
			init = "_this call bis_fnc_Destroyer01Init";								//main init fnc, will assemble ship in game
			AttributesChanged3DEN = "_this call bis_fnc_Destroyer01EdenInit";			//function to update objects position in EDEN editor if attributes changed by player
			Dragged3DEN = "_this call bis_fnc_Destroyer01PosUpdate";					//function to update objects position in EDEN editor if attributes changed by player
			RegisteredToWorld3DEN = "_this call bis_fnc_Destroyer01EdenInit";			//initial EDEN init fnc (main init is still called)
			UnregisteredFromWorld3DEN = "_this call bis_fnc_Destroyer01EdenDelete";		//function  to delete all ship objects in EDEN editor
		};

	Requirements:
	- Compatible object (carrier/ship) must have a base model with reference memory points and set of parts defined as separate objects in cfgVehicles config with their own models.
	Main ship base must have a definition of all listed sub parts and memory point position to reference it is placement in 3D space.

		Example in cfgVehicles class for ship base
		multiStructureParts[] = {
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_hull_01_F","pos_hull_1"},
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_hull_02_F","pos_hull_2"},
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_hull_03_F","pos_hull_3"},
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_hull_04_F","pos_hull_4"},
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_hull_05_F","pos_hull_5"},
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_interior_02_F","pos_hull_2"},
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_interior_03_F","pos_hull_3"},
						{"Land_Destroyer_01_interior_04_F","pos_hull_4"},
						{"Land_HelipadEmpty_F","pos_heliPad"},
						{"ShipFlag_US_F","pos_Flag"}

					};

	Parameter(s):
		_this select 0: mode (Scalar)
		0: ship Base/object

		and parameters from config

	Returns: exposes and array of objects (ship parts) to other scripts for easy access as variable in it is own object name-space.
	Result: Destroyer (ship) is assembled

*/
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Execution:
call
Groups:
Uncategorised

Syntax

Syntax:
[] call BIS_fnc_Destroyer01Init
Parameters:
parameter: Datatype - (Optional, default defValue) description
Return Value:
Datatype - description

Examples

Example 1:

Additional Information

See also:
See also needed

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