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Script is a CoreObject representing a script in the hierarchy. While not technically a property, a script can access itself using the script variable.


Property Name Return Type Description Tags
context table Returns the table containing any non-local variables and functions created by the script. This can be used to call (or overwrite!) functions on another script. Read-Only


Example using:


With context two scripts can communicate directly by calling on each other's functions and properties. Notice that '.' is used instead of ':' when accessing context functions. In the following example, the first script is placed directly in the hierarchy and the second script is placed inside a template of some sort. When a new player joins, the first script spawns a copy of the template and tells it about the new player. The template then follows the player around as they move.

Script directly in hierarchy:

local followTemplate = script:GetCustomProperty("FollowTemplate")

    local obj = World.SpawnAsset(followTemplate)
    -- Locate the script inside
    local followScript = obj:FindDescendantByType("Script")
    -- Call the context function

    Script located inside a template. The 'targetPlayer' property and the 'SetTarget()' function can be
    accessed externally through the context.
targetPlayer = nil

function SetTarget(player)
    targetPlayer = player
    script:FindTemplateRoot():Follow(player, 400, 300)

See also: CoreObject.GetCustomProperty | World.SpawnAsset | Game.playerJoinedEvent | Event.Connect

Last update: March 1, 2021