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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: boundingBox, boundingBoxReal, composeText, formatText, visiblePosition, visiblePositionASL

Thought I add few more commands that happened to be quite useful in my experiments. boundingBox and boundingBoxReal In my experiments with ArmA 2 I

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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: distanceSqr, linearConversion, difficulty, setAmmo, drawIcon3D

ArmA 3 has already more than 1400 commands. While 1200 or so of them are ArmA 2, new commands are often not documented well enough.

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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: attachTo and setVectorDirAndUp

ArmA’s attachTo command is a lot of fun. It allows to attach almost anything to anything, and the best bit is the attached parts then

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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: Constructing Secure Callback

So you have a piece of code you want to execute on all computers for whatever reason. As a mission/mod maker you should be in

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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: Variables (Part 3)

Before continuing with public variables topic, which I started in Part 2, I’d like to talk about types of variables or data types if you

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Code To compileFinal Converter

So are you ready to lock the code of your function with compileFinal so that it cannot be overwritten by hackers? Paste and convert! (ArmA

April 29, 2013 All, ArmA 3, ArmA Scripting, JavaScript
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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: Variables (Part 2)

In Part 1 I talked about private variables. This part will be about 2 kinds of public variables, public local and public local special. Local

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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: Variables (Part 1)

There are 5 kinds of variables in Arma: private, private special, public local, public local special, public global. Each variable kind has own scope of

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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: Loops

Loop is a piece of code that repeats over and over. There will be times when you need to do this and there are few

April 20, 2013 All, ArmA 2, ArmA 3, Games, Tutorials
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ArmA Scripting Tutorials: Basics

To ; or not to ; that is the question! Simple answer is, if in doubt, do it. Let me explain. Semicolon is used in

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