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If the vehicle is not [[alive]], it always returns [[Nothing]], which you should check for using [[isNil]].<br/>
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'''Prior to Arma 3 v1.93.145625''' If the vehicle is not [[alive]], it always returns [[Nothing]], which you should check for using [[isNil]].<br/>
 
If the vehicle is unable to carry that type of cargo, it returns [[Number#Number_Type|-1.#IND]], which you should check for using [[finite]].
 
If the vehicle is unable to carry that type of cargo, it returns [[Number#Number_Type|-1.#IND]], which you should check for using [[finite]].
 
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Revision as of 11:25, 1 May 2019

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Description

Description:
Returns the amount of repair resources from empty (0) to full (1) in the cargo space of a repair vehicle.
Groups:
Uncategorised

Syntax

Syntax:
getRepairCargo vehicle
Parameters:
vehicle: Object
Return Value:
Number

Examples

Example 1:
value = getRepairCargo vehicleName;

Additional Information

See also:
setRepairCargogetAmmoCargogetFuelCargo

Notes

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Notes

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Posted on December 22, 2014 - 17:17 (UTC)
AgentRevolution
Prior to Arma 3 v1.93.145625 If the vehicle is not alive, it always returns Nothing, which you should check for using isNil.
If the vehicle is unable to carry that type of cargo, it returns -1.#IND, which you should check for using finite.