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Old 03-25-2020 , 09:47   Convert Cvar to argument
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Let me start up by saying that I am a complete noob to sourcepawn, so go easy.
I have this code here:
PHP Code:
public OnPluginStart()
sm_flag CreateConVar("sm_flag""ADMFLAG_ROOT""Flag required to use guiveaway command");
sm_giveaway_credits CreateConVar("sm_giveaway_credits""5000""Number of credits given.");
sm_minplayers CreateConVar("sm_minplayers""5""Minimum players required in the server for the giveaway to happen.");
sm_chattag CreateConVar("sm_chattag""[Giveaway]""Chat Tag that appears in front of everything this plugin says.");
RegAdminCmd("sm_giveaway"CreditArgumentCommandGiveawaysm_flag"Start giveaway"); //error 130: cannot coerce functions to values

    if (
args 1)
ReplyToCommand(client"[Giveaway] Usage: !giveaway <amount>")
char arg[7];
int creditAmount StringToInt(arg);
PrintToChat(client"[Giveaway] You are giving away %i."creditAmount);
sm_giveaway_credits.IntValue creditAmount;

The goal is to have a command called !giveaway <arg1> where arg1 is the amount of credits to be given away, im getting an error on line 31 "error 130: cannot coerce functions to values". Any ideas?
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Old 03-25-2020 , 09:58   Re: Convert Cvar to argument
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PHP Code:
void RegAdminCmd(const char[] cmdConCmd callbackint adminflags, const char[] description, const char[] groupint flags
The arguments are wrong.
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Old 03-25-2020 , 11:20   Re: Convert Cvar to argument
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Alright, which one of the arguments are the arguments for the ingame command ?
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