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	//   1: Reward 1 | 2: Reward 2 | 4: Reward 3
	// Sets Basic List of Rewards
	.RewardList = 1|2|4;

In this example, the variable .RewardList = 7;

Is there a way to detect how many rewards are there on this variable using bitmask?
 

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On 1/24/2024 at 9:54 PM, PsyOps said:

Is there an existing script_command that will allow me to produce the value '2' as it includes reward 1 and 2.

that's not how bitmask work.

dont want it work this way? then change the whole thing, and not to use bitmask.

 

.RewardList = 1|2; // include only reward 1 and 2

using bitmask, this is the way to get reward 1 and 2.

 

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3 rewards.

.RewardList = 1; // include only reward 1
.RewardList = 1|2; // include only reward 1 and 2
.RewardList = 1|4; // include only reward 1 and 3
.RewardList = 2|4; // include only reward 1 and 3
.RewardList = 2|4; // include only reward 2 and 3
.RewardList = 4; // include only reward 3

 

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Probably my question needs to be rephrased.

Lets say that the value of the .RewardList = 3;

Is there an existing script_command that will allow me to produce the value '2' as it includes reward 1 and 2.

its kind of like getting the array size of the bitmask value.

I hope i am asking it right but thanks @Emistry for the reply.

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set .@valve,0;

if (.@options & 1)    .@valve++;
if (.@options & 2)    .@valve++;
if (.@options & 4)    .@valve++;

mes .@valve;

 

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Thanks for the answer @Emistry.

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