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I just touched mel, and must say that i'm really impressed with the easyness of it.
I have just one quick question.
as i coded some thing befor in c++,PHP and else, i'm very used to the function synthax:
Waht i want to know is, how can i use the tags of the mel commands if i use function synthax?
how would for example this command look in function syntax:
attachCurve -rpo 0 "curve2" "curve1" ;
10-28-2005, 05:47 PM
assuming attachCurve is a mel command that returns a string it'd look like:
string $crv = `attachCurve -rpo 0 "curve2" "curve1" `;
thats slightly different to c++ due to the fact that mel commands can take flag arguments.
A mel procedure on the other hand has a couple of different syntax options:
global proc float myProc( float $var1, int $var 2)
float $result = $var1 + $var2;
// to call you can do either of these
float $f1 = `myProc 5.5 6`;
float $f2 = myProc(5.5, 6); // more like c
hope that helps
thanks, i knew that, this is what is written in the manual.
i meant somtehing else.
I want to use the c++ like syntax. it works, for example,
$curv1andcurv2 = attachCurve("curve2","curve1");
this is working, but where do i place the "-rpo 0"? i mean, how can i set those tags when i use the c++ like syntax?
i read something in the manual, but couldn't grasp it.
10-29-2005, 01:15 AM
pass the flags as strings too ..
> attachCurve("-rpo", 0, "curve2", "curve1")
10-29-2005, 11:35 AM
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