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is_valid_ent | engine | AMX X Documentation

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is_valid_ent

Syntax
									native is_valid_ent(iIndex);
								
Variable Description
iIndex
Entity index

Description
Returns if an entity index is valid (as required by other engine natives).

Note
Engine considers an entity index valid if it is in the range between 1
and the maximum number of entities possible. The index also has to
point to an existing entity or, if it is a client index, the client has
to be connected.

Return
1 if entity is valid, 0 otherwise
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