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get_cvar_string | cvars | AMX X Documentation

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get_cvar_string

Syntax
									native get_cvar_string(const cvarname[], output[], iLen);
								
Variable Description
cvar
Cvar name to retrieve value from
output
Buffer to copy cvar value to
iLen
Maximum size of the buffer

Description
Gets a string value from a cvar. The cvar is accessed by name.

Note
Accessing a Cvar by name is slower than direct pointer access, which is
why the otherwise equivalent get_pcvar_string() function should be used
instead.

Return
Number of cells written to buffer.
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