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Multiple parser marks

Discussion in 'Java' started by Goose, Jan 12, 2021.

  1. Goose

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    Hello, I'm working on an addon dedicated to particles, and currently I'm making an expression to draw a line that the player can (optionally) change the density and distance between particles of. This seems to require multiple marks, but obviously the parser.mark can't be both 1 and 2 (if the user changes both density and distance.)

    How are multiple parser marks handled in Skript is what I'd like to know.

    Thanks for your time.
     
  2. BaeFell

    BaeFell I'm Poppy
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    Hey Goose! I've found it easier to use optionals.
     
  3. CharcoalToast

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    Skript ORs both the marks.
    It can be that the operation is actually an XOR, but as far as I know they changed this to OR.

    Basically, if you have parse marks 1, 3 and 7 for example, the resulting parse mark will be
    Code (Text):
    1. (1 | 3)| 7
    That said, you should really provide your syntax as we may find an alternative that does not require 2 parse marks. Try to focus on what you want to achieve and not what the problem is the next time, because then it is easier for us to help you.
     
  4. Goose

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    Hey Toast! Thanks for the answer, I saw that the parse mark is XOR'd in skript-reflect but I was unsure if that was the case in Skript too.

    The syntax in mind was
    Code (Text):
    1. line from [(point|location)] %location% to [(point|location)] %location% [1¦with density %number%] [2¦distanced by %number% [meters]]
    if you would still want it. (Noticing now that you said next time so I could be helped easier but I've already received the answer I wanted, oh well.)
     

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