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SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011


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Old 07-22-2014 , 06:25   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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Old 07-29-2014 , 04:29   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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Here's a small thing I use.

PHP Code:
#define DOWHILE_ENTFOUND(%1,%2) %1 = -1; while ((%1 = FindEntityByClassname2(%1, %2)) != -1) 
Example:

PHP Code:
    new ent;

    
DOWHILE_ENTFOUND(ent"func_breakable")
    {
        
decl String:tName[32];
        
GetEntPropString(entProp_Data"m_iName"tNamesizeof(tName));
        if (
StrEqual(tName"medic_car_break"false))
        {
            
SetVariantInt(20000);
            
AcceptEntityInput(ent"SetHealth");
        }
        else if (
GetEntProp(entProp_Data"m_iHammerID") == 3513)
        {
            
AcceptEntityInput(ent"Break");
        }
    }

    
DOWHILE_ENTFOUND(ent"item_ammopack_small")
    {
        
SetEntProp(entProp_Send"m_iTeamNum"Enabled?OtherTeam:04);
    } 
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Old 07-29-2014 , 18:46   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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Originally Posted by Chdata View Post
Here's a small thing I use.

PHP Code:
#define DOWHILE_ENTFOUND(%1,%2) %1 = -1; while ((%1 = FindEntityByClassname2(%1, %2)) != -1) 
Can we stop this habit please?
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Old 07-29-2014 , 19:33   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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Not without any explanation of why not.
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Old 07-29-2014 , 20:24   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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Not without any explanation of why not.
Since the macro is making a direct substitution, you are prone to making errors which would be avoidable had you used a standard function, or otherwise, to do the job. This could also lead to unexpected results. Take, for example, the following which I copied from an article on secure coding.

Code:
#define unsafe(i) ( (i) >= 0 ? (i) : -(i) )
Looks benign enough until you realise that calling new ans = unsafe(x++); will increment x twice, instead of once as intended. Similarly, creating a macro with an if-statement or one with multiple lines/blocks might yield syntax issues - especially with your curly brackets intentionally left out of the macro. This is forgetting the fact that there is no type-checking done in a macro and will be expanded regardless of whether or not it's syntactically correct.

Your answer may be that you'll just be super careful and won't do these things but it's better to prevent these errors completely through prudent programming than attempt to avoid them with each use.
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Old 07-30-2014 , 02:19   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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Well, I use it in the same exact way every time, so as you said, I guess that's the same as saying 'I'll be super careful'.
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Old 08-04-2014 , 14:37   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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There's something weird about Math_Min() and Math_Max() functions.

PHP Code:
/**
 * Sets the given value to min
 * if the value is smaller than the given.
 * 
 * @param value            Value
 * @param min            Min Value used as lower border
 * @return                Correct value not lower than min
 */
stock any:Math_Min(any:valueany:min)
{
    if (
value min) {
        
value min;
    }
    
    return 
value;
}

/**
 * Sets the given value to max
 * if the value is greater than the given.
 * 
 * @param value            Value
 * @param max            Max Value used as upper border
 * @return                Correct value not upper than max
 */
stock any:Math_Max(any:valueany:max)
{    
    if (
value max) {
        
value max;
    }
    
    return 
value;

They don't return the min/max value of the two parameters provided, but rather expects the 1st parameter to be the value and the 2nd the lower/upper border. So if I have an x and an y and want to get the min/max value of them, Math_Min()/Math_Max() may return the wrong value (for instance, Math_Min(16000, 5000) will return 16000).

It should work like min()/max() functions in AMXX (or hell, in C++ even), which compare the two provided parameters and return the lower/upper value.
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Old 08-04-2014 , 15:49   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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It's... not like min or max are difficult functions to write...

PHP Code:
new min b;
new 
max b
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Old 08-04-2014 , 18:34   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
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Quote:
Originally Posted by hleV View Post
There's something weird about Math_Min() and Math_Max() functions.

PHP Code:
/**
 * Sets the given value to min
 * if the value is smaller than the given.
 * 
 * @param value            Value
 * @param min            Min Value used as lower border
 * @return                Correct value not lower than min
 */
stock any:Math_Min(any:valueany:min)
{
    if (
value min) {
        
value min;
    }
    
    return 
value;
}

/**
 * Sets the given value to max
 * if the value is greater than the given.
 * 
 * @param value            Value
 * @param max            Max Value used as upper border
 * @return                Correct value not upper than max
 */
stock any:Math_Max(any:valueany:max)
{    
    if (
value max) {
        
value max;
    }
    
    return 
value;

They don't return the min/max value of the two parameters provided, but rather expects the 1st parameter to be the value and the 2nd the lower/upper border. So if I have an x and an y and want to get the min/max value of them, Math_Min()/Math_Max() may return the wrong value (for instance, Math_Min(16000, 5000) will return 16000).

It should work like min()/max() functions in AMXX (or hell, in C++ even), which compare the two provided parameters and return the lower/upper value.
The functions are supposed to clamp the value and not return the lowest or highest.
The function names and documentation might be a bit confusing tho.
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Old 08-05-2014 , 06:37   Re: SMLIB 0.11 BETA (over 300 Function Stocks) | updated 15.07.2011
Reply With Quote #360

Just use ternary operators. That's what they are for.
a > b ? a : b

Well shit, powerlord posted the exact same thing.
Virtually all of the stuff in smlib is like this.
If you can't write the functions yourself, you probably should not be using them.
This goes for almost anything. They're there for convenience, but you should always read the include so you know it does exactly what you need. More often, you should read it's source, so you know how it works and if there are any situations i which it won't work right (undefined, unpredictable, or erroneous results).
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