Plugin parameters = plugin variables?

Sir_Titas

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i have an issue with a plugin i am trying to develop for myself, i know how to make a plugin variable equal a @param, but what i am having trouble with is the other way around

I have a parameter @param date and i want it to equal var d which is equal to date.getDate()

The parameter is a @type variable[]

Does anyone know how i can accomplish this task

Thanks in advance
 

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What are you trying to do? I can't imagine any scenario where you would need to assign a value to a plugin parameter other than the one that was entered in the plugin setup.
 

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i am trying to get the system date and put it in a variable for ingame events
 

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With plugins there's:
  • The author - you in this case;
  • Users - developers using your plugin; and
  • Players - people playing the game.
Parameters are for users to customise the plugin's behaviour without having to edit the plugin. :)

In this case it sounds like you just want to assign a variable without referencing the plugin parameters, e.g.
JavaScript:
var date = Date.now();
More info on the Date object here~
 

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Ok thanks for that
 

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