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Abhinash
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Old 01-25-2021 , 06:55   Where can I find ?
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Hey guys.
I want to know, where can I find the typedefs of AMXX module like Vector, REAL, etc.
And as I know in C++ .(dot) operator is used to access a member of a class.
I have seen many codes where player class is v.
Like v.health = parameters [1]
Where can I find those classes and their declarations, etc ?

P.S. I am new in module coding stuff
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Old 01-25-2021 , 06:59   Re: Where can I find ?
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If you're in Visual Studio, CTRL+Left-click any object to be lead to its original definition/declaration. If you click on the "v", it will lead you where it was declared, which is where you would see its object type, or instance Vector, do the same with Vector.
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Old 01-25-2021 , 07:13   Re: Where can I find ?
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Originally Posted by redivcram View Post
If you're in Visual Studio, CTRL+Left-click any object to be lead to its original definition/declaration. If you click on the "v", it will lead you where it was declared, which is where you would see its object type, or instance Vector, do the same with Vector.
And what about functions like CLIENT_COMMAND, PRECACHE_MODEL, etc ?
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