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set_cvar_flags | cvars | AMX X Documentation

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set_cvar_flags

Syntax
									native set_cvar_flags(const cvar[], flags);
								
Variable Description
cvar
Cvar name to remove flags from
flags
Bitflag sum of flags to set

Description
Sets specified flags to a cvar. The cvar is accessed by name.

Note
Not permitted for the "amx_version", "amxmodx_version", "fun_version"
and "sv_cheats" cvars.

Note
For a list of possible flags see the FCVAR_* constants in amxconst.inc

Note
This function just adds the flags using a bitwise-or operation. After
it has run the flags may not exactly equal the specified bitflag sum.

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

Return
1 on success, 0 if cvar does not exist or is not permitted
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