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Old 22-12-2008, 04:18 AM   #1
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Default incrementing variables in loops

Hey, so there a way to create incremented variables inside of loops, for instance...

// select some objects
string $selObjects[] = `ls -sl`;

// loop through items in selection and store their bounding box info
for ($i=0;$i<$selObjects;$i++)
float $agentBBox[] = `xform -q -ws -boundingBox ("object_" + $i)`;// cylinder's BBox
This will store each objects bounding box once and then overwrite it the next time it goes through the loop, what I would like to do would be to create a new float array each time it goes through the loop.

Many thanks, Chris
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Not sure about that but I think you have to define the array outside the loop. Have a look into this.
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Old 22-12-2008, 06:34 PM   #3
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u can create on array outside the loop and store incrementally a bounding box property in each element. u dont have to create a new array each time.
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