Skyline Lua API  Version 1.0
Lua Script Reference for Skyline Game Engine.
LUA_API_Syntax.h
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if_then_else_end()
The use of if then else end give your scipts the ability to make desicians.
Variable()
Lua variables can be used for passing information between different sections of the script or for rem...
SemiColons()
Semi colons are traditionally part of variable naming, however Lua does not require a statement to en...
CamelCasing()
A term used in coding to decscribe how to use twin named variable.
Definition: LUA_API_Syntax.h:67
Array()
Arrays can be used to contain index lists of variables.
Functions()
Provide self contained blocks of code which can be called from various locations in your script...
Loop_For()
The Classic For Loop.
Loop_While()
The Classic While do Loop.
Comments()
Comments enable us to leave remarks or information in our scripts or comment out a line of code when ...
Strings()
String types are a very common type when scripting and will be called upon again and again...