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 Post subject: calling a function
PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2011 8:08 pm 

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This might be a basic question that I just missed in reading the documentation, but is it possible to execute the code with a function of an object from within the code of another object... without actually invoking the conditions for that function to be executed? For example, I have some code that executes within the valueChanged function of OBJECT1. I have another object (OBJECT2) which changes the OBJECT1.value and I expect the appropriate code to be executed. Sometimes the new value is equal to the old value, but I would still like the code within the valueChanged function to be executed as if the value had been changed. Possible?


 Post subject: Re: calling a function
PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2011 7:24 am 
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This might be a bit easier, if I knew which object type we were discussing. If the ValueChanged event doesn't fire when the value property is reassigned its current value, you could work around it like this:

func SetValue(newValue as float)
    if obj2.value == newValue then
        obj2.value = newValue


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