GameLogic Module -- Blender Game Engine 2.49b



 
 



globalDict

globalDict

Stores/saves the name and values of variables so they can be passed between scenes.

Note:
This is the Blender version of a python dictionary.  

Note:
A dictionary is a python data structure.  Different types (float, integer, string, dictionary, etc) of data can be stored in the same dictionary.

Sample Code

#create a dictionary for player 1 stats
player1_Stats = {  "Health" : 80,
"Armor" : 30,
"Class" : "Cleric"  }
               
#create a dictionary for player 2 stats
player2_Stats = {  "Health" : 60,
"Armor" : 90,
"Class" : "Warrior"  }

# save player 1 and player 2 dictionarys to the globalDict
GameLogic.globalDict["player1"] = player1_Stats
GameLogic.globalDict["player2"] = player2_Stats

# get player 1 stats from the globalDict
player1_stats = GameLogic.globalDict.get("player1")

# get player 2 stats from the globalDict
player2_stats = GameLogic.globalDict.get("player2")

 
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