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The number used in this and other waypoint commands is ''one more'' than the one displayed in the waypoint window in the editor. (i.e. if the editor labeled a WP <tt>"0:MOVE"</tt> the you would have to use <tt>getWPPos [grp,1]</tt> to access this particular WP|= Parameter 3
 
The number used in this and other waypoint commands is ''one more'' than the one displayed in the waypoint window in the editor. (i.e. if the editor labeled a WP <tt>"0:MOVE"</tt> the you would have to use <tt>getWPPos [grp,1]</tt> to access this particular WP|= Parameter 3
  
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The returned position equals [0,0,0], if the selected waypoint doesn't exist. |= Return value
 
The returned position equals [0,0,0], if the selected waypoint doesn't exist. |= Return value
 
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Revision as of 01:24, 23 January 2009

Introduced with Operation Flashpoint version 1.211.21Arguments of this scripting command don't have to be local to the client the command is executed on
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Description

Description:
Returns the position of a selected waypoint of a given group. Waypoints include only those which were placed in the mission editor.

Syntax

Syntax:
Array = getWPPos [group, index]
Parameters:
[group, index]: Array
group: Group - the group/unit, of which you want to select a waypoint
index: Number - 0 equals the starting position of the group.
The number used in this and other waypoint commands is one more than the one displayed in the waypoint window in the editor. (i.e. if the editor labeled a WP "0:MOVE" the you would have to use getWPPos [grp,1] to access this particular WP
Return Value:
Array - format Position3D. The returned position equals [0,0,0], if the selected waypoint doesn't exist.

Examples

Example 1:
[_group1,1] setWPPos [200,600,0]
_pos = getWPPos [_group1,1]
returns [200,600,0]

Additional Information

See also:
setWPPos
Groups:
Uncategorised

Notes

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