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get_usercmd | engine | AMX X Documentation

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get_usercmd

Syntax
									native get_usercmd(type, any:...);
								
Variable Description
type
Entry to retrieve from
...
Depending on the entry type a different number of
additional parameters should be provided:
   int      - Returns the entry integer value directly, no
              additional parameters required
   float    - Stores the entry float value into the
              variable provided as the second parameter
   vector   - Copies the entry vector to the Float:array[3]
              provided in the second parameter

Description
Retrieves a value from a usercmd struct.

Note
This native can only be used inside the client_cmdStart() forward. If
it is used outside this forward it will not retrieve any results and
always return 0.

Note
For a list of valid usercmd entries see the usercmd_* constants in
engine_const.inc

Return
Changes depending on the entry type: int - Returns the entry integer value float - Returns 1 vector - Returns 1
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