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In src, how to create a loop to get each party member id? 


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*getpartymember <party id>{,<type>{,<array_variable>}};

This command will find all members of a specified party and returns their names
(or character id or account id depending on the value of "type") into an array
of temporary global variables. There's actually quite a few commands like this
which will fill a special variable with data upon execution and not do anything

Upon executing this,

[email protected]$[] is a global temporary string array which contains all the
                     names of these party members
                     (only set when type is 0 or not specified)

[email protected][]   is a global temporary number array which contains the
                     character id of these party members.
                     (only set when type is 1)

[email protected][]   is a global temporary number array which contains the
                     account id of these party members.
                     (only set when type is 2)

[email protected]   is the number of party members that were found.

The party members will (apparently) be found regardless of whether they are
online or offline. Note that the names come in no particular order.

Be sure to use [email protected] to go through this array, and not
'getarraysize', because it is not cleared between runs of 'getpartymember'. If
someone with 7 party members invokes this script, the array would have 7
elements. But if another person calls up the NPC, and he has a party of 5, the
server will not clear the array for you, overwriting the values instead. So in
addition to returning the 5 member names, the 6th and 7th elements from the last
call remain, and you will get 5+2 members, of which the last 2 don't belong to
the new guy's party. [email protected] will always contain the correct number,
(5) unlike 'getarraysize()' which will return 7 in this case.

If 'array_variable' is set, the result will be stored to that variable instead
using global variable.

Example 1: list party member names

	// get the party member names
	getpartymember getcharid(1),0;

	// It's a good idea to copy the global temporary [email protected]*****
	// variables to your own scope variables because if you have pauses in this
	// script (sleep, sleep2, next, close2, input, menu, select, or prompt),
	// another player could click this NPC, trigger 'getpartymember', and
	// overwrite the [email protected]***** variables.
	.@count = [email protected];
	copyarray .@name$[0], [email protected]$[0], [email protected];

	// list the party member names
	for (.@i = 0; .@i < .@count; .@i++)
		mes (.@i +1) + ". ^0000FF" + .@name$[.@i] + "^000000";

Example 2: check party count (with a 'next' pause), before warping to event

	.register_num = 5; // How many party members are required?

	// get the charID and accountID of character's party members
	getpartymember getcharid(1), 1;
	getpartymember getcharid(1), 2;

	if ( [email protected] != .register_num ) {
		mes "Please form a party of " + .register_num + " to continue";

	// loop through both and use 'isloggedin' to count online party members
	for ( .@i = 0; .@i < [email protected]; .@i++ )
		if ( isloggedin( [email protected][.@i], [email protected][.@i] ) )

	// We search accountID & charID because a single party can have multiple
	// characters from the same account. Without searching through the charID,
	// if a player has 2 characters from the same account inside the party but
	// only 1 char online, it would count their online char twice.

	if ( .@count_online != .register_num ) {
		mes "All your party members must be online to continue";

	// copy the array to prevent players cheating the system
	copyarray .@partymembercid, [email protected], .register_num;

	mes "Are you ready ?";
	next; // careful here

	// When a script hits a next, menu, sleep or input that pauses the script,
	// players can invite or /leave and make changes in their party. To prevent
	// this, we call getpartymember again and compare with the original values.

	getpartymember getcharid(1), 1;
	if ( [email protected] != .register_num ) {
		mes "You've made changes to your party !";
	for ( .@i = 0; .@i < [email protected]; .@i++ ) {
		if ( .@partymembercid[.@i] != [email protected][.@i] ) {
			mes "You've made changes to your party !";

	// Finally, it's safe to start the event!
	warpparty "event_map", 0,0, getcharid(1);



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