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Unigine::UlonArg Class

Header: #include <UnigineUlon.h>

This class is used to represent a ULON argument - a name - value pair. Arguments are additional parameters that can be associated with nodes and used for various purposes (e.g. to define a tooltip or a title for a material parameter declaration). Arguments are enclosed in angle brackets < > and can be separated using "\t","\n","\r", as well as commas and spaces.

Example: Node node = value <arg0 = value0 arg1 = value1,arg2 = value2>

UlonArg Class

Members


static UlonArgPtr create ( ) #

Constructor. Creates a ULON argument.

String getName ( ) # const

Returns the name of the ULON argument.

Return value

ULON argument name.

Ptr<UlonValue> getValue ( ) # const

Returns the value of the ULON argument.

Return value

ULON argument value.
Last update: 16.06.2020