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set_pdata_byte | fakemeta | AMX X Documentation

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set_pdata_byte

Syntax
									native set_pdata_byte(_index, _offset, _value, _linuxdiff = 20, _macdiff = 20);
								
Variable Description
_index
Entity index.
_offset
Offset to search.
_value
Value to set.
_linuxdiff
Linux difference.
_macdiff
Mac OS X difference.

Description
Sets a byte value to an entity's private data. This function is byte-addressable. Unlike set_pdata_int() which searches in byte increments of 4, set_pdata_byte searches in increments of 1. _linuxdiff value is what to add to the _offset for linux servers. _macdiff value is what to add to the _offset for os x servers. A log error is thrown on invalid _index and _offset.

Return
1 on success.
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