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Lua Syntax:
 
Lua Syntax:
 
<pre>createObject(tableId [, parentObject, field], {flags=1,  
 
<pre>createObject(tableId [, parentObject, field], {flags=1,  
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    flush = true|false})</pre>
 
===Arguments===
 
===Arguments===
 
====tableId====
 
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:The name of the newly created object.
 
:The name of the newly created object.
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====fl/flush====
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:If true then the pending notifications will be flushed immediately. By default notifications of commands inside a command group will be sent after the group is closed.
 
===Return Values===
 
===Return Values===
 
None.
 
None.

Latest revision as of 12:56, 16 August 2009

createObject

Lua Syntax:

createObject(tableId [, parentObject, field], {flags=1, 
    name = "string", 
    flush = true|false})

Arguments

tableId

int - Table identifier which defines type of created object.

parentObject

"object path"|"object id"|object - Object where the created object will be added to.If no parent object is given the created object will be added to the game object.

field

int - Data field where the created object will be added to the parent object.

Flags

n/name

The name of the newly created object.

fl/flush

If true then the pending notifications will be flushed immediately. By default notifications of commands inside a command group will be sent after the group is closed.

Return Values

None.