RMMV How could I make this Eval work?

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I explain, I made 3 skills that call the same common event that I should do the following:
if skill A was used, set variable X to 0, if not, variable X increased by one
and try the following:

if ( the skill used is == Skill A){
$game.Variables.setValue(x,0));
}
else {
$game.Variables.setValue(x,$game.Variables.value(x,++));
}

but I don't know how to complete it, the truth is that I don't know if what I did is right.
Could someone help me, Thanks in advance.
 

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If they're three different skills, why don't you control the variable in each skill using Action Sequence commands? :3 Or even a skill after eval.
Or are you trying to do something else in the common event in addition to the variable control?
 

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If they're three different skills, why don't you control the variable in each skill using Action Sequence commands? :3 Or even a skill after eval.
Or are you trying to do something else in the common event in addition to the variable control?

you're right it's easier that way. but I would be interested in learning how to do it with js. I am trying to learn but it is not easy.
 

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If you don't want to do it via action sequences, I'd go with the skill core plugin - another freebie of Yanfly's. Then do an after eval on each of the skills; it would look something like:
<After eval>
$gameVariables.setvalue(1, $gameVariables.value(1) + 1);
</After eval>
But I say just use action sequences :p It's the easiest route! Don't add more work for yourself is my opinion haha.
Also, side note here, if you're interested in learning to code with MV, I use this site - it has documentation for...pretty much everything in the engine. I find it super useful.
 

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If you don't want to do it via action sequences, I'd go with the skill core plugin - another freebie of Yanfly's. Then do an after eval on each of the skills; it would look something like:
<After eval>
$gameVariables.setvalue(1, $gameVariables.value(1) + 1);
</After eval>
But I say just use action sequences :p It's the easiest route! Don't add more work for yourself is my opinion haha.
Also, side note here, if you're interested in learning to code with MV, I use this site - it has documentation for...pretty much everything in the engine. I find it super useful.

Okay, I'll use <ACTION SEQUENCES>, in the end the result will be the same and it's easier, and thank you very much for the link.
 

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