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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
This [[Primitives|primitive]] provides a way to run one of the main functions within the game that an object provides. It is often used after running [[0x000D|Find Best Object for Function [0x000D]]] which has the effect of setting the object that it found in the [[Sims 2 Variables#Stack Object|Stack Object]] variable. You can set an object you know has such a function into the [[Sims 2 Variables#Stack Object|Stack Object]] variable yourself prior to running this [[Primitives|primitive]] instead if you wish.
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This [[Primitives|primitive]] provides a way to run one of the main functions within the game that an object provides. It is often used after running [[0x000E|Find Best Object for Function [0x000E]]] which has the effect of setting the object that it found in the [[Sims 2 Variables#Stack Object|Stack Object]] variable. You can set an object you know has such a function into the [[Sims 2 Variables#Stack Object|Stack Object]] variable yourself prior to running this [[Primitives|primitive]] instead if you wish.
  
 
===Functions===
 
===Functions===

Latest revision as of 11:49, 1 December 2011

Run Functional Tree
OpCode:0x0014
Game Version:The Sims 2


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[edit] Overview

This primitive provides a way to run one of the main functions within the game that an object provides. It is often used after running Find Best Object for Function [0x000E] which has the effect of setting the object that it found in the Stack Object variable. You can set an object you know has such a function into the Stack Object variable yourself prior to running this primitive instead if you wish.

[edit] Functions

Object Functions on a counter

The functions in question are all shown in the Object Functions(OBJf) of the object you want to run them against (the OBJf has a number of other functions as well as the ones you can run in this way). In general (as in the example) these functions are provided with an Action BHAV and a Guardian BHAV. You can choose to run the Guardian BHAV only by selecting the bit that controls "running check tree only".


[edit] Use

There is no instruction wizard for this instruction, so the following table details the meaning of each of the operands.

Operand editing
Operand Description Operand Values
0 Function 00: prepare food
01: cook food
02: flat surface
03: dispose
04: eat
05: pick up from slot
06: wash dish
07: eating surface
08: sit
09: stand
0A: serving surface
0B: clean
0C: garden
0D: wash hands
0E: repair
0F: restock
10: wash clothes (unused)
11: message handler
12: pre route
13: post route
14: goal check
15: reaction handler
16: along route callback
17: awareness
18: reset
19: look at target
1A: utility state change
1B: global awareness
1 Unused
2 - bit 1 Controls change icon off: False
on: True
2 - bit 2 Controls passing parameters from calling tree off: False
on: True
2 - bit 3 Controls running check tree only off: False
on: True
3 thru 15 unused

[edit] Examples

[edit] See also

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