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Gabriel illescas Cavazos asked Matthew Gillespie commented

Where can I find a list of all the variables an object has?

Somebody are able to share all varnums, varstr and vartype?

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I'm not sure what you're asking for. Can you elaborate?

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about all commands, for example the command to change number for operators is setvarnum(current,"nrofprocessoperators",2);, I want to know this "nrofprocessoperators" the options for point to any variable

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All of the commands and their parameters are documented in the User Manual accessible through the Help>Commands menu option within FlexSim. Is that what you are wanting to know?

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I refer to variables like "priority", "nrofprocessoperators" etc... I didnt find, can you tell me the link?

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The objects in the 3D view have a set of variables that hold information about how the object should operate. These variables are usually adjusted using the properties window of each object. However, you can access these variables through code using the variable commands (get/setvarnum, get/setvarstr, getvarnode).

You can see what variables an object has by looking at the object in the tree

Clicking the > button next to the object after you select it to see the object data

and then finding and expanding the variables node.


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If I want ti call any variable only I need to use any of them and add " " right?

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The variable commands take a string which is the name of the variable:

getvarnum(object, "maxcontent")
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