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  • == Coroutines in C# == ...d.com/support/documentation/ScriptReference/index.Coroutines_26_Yield.html coroutines and the yield statement].
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  • ...long as a condition is met. These are most commonly used in Unity within ''Coroutines''. A while loop will take in a condition, and will run the code within as l
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  • * '''Coroutines are your friends.''' Coroutines have only a tiny overhead and can be preferrable to an Update method that i
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  • A version using coroutines. Slightly faster since it doesn't update every frame and only sets the tex Since many games rely on waiting for Coroutines to finish, the variable '''RunTimeInSeconds''' is supplied, so a script can
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  • ...entation/ScriptReference/WaitForFixedUpdate.html WaitForFixedUpdate]''' ''(Coroutines which yielded WaitForFixedUpdate will resume execution after the next physi ...riptReference/YieldInstruction.html yield]''' / '''yield return null''' ''(Coroutines which yielded one of these will resume execution here, with WaitForSeconds
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  • ...my has fully accelerated? You'd have the OnTriggerEnter and OnTriggerExit coroutines running simultaneously for a while, which would almost certainly result in
    11 KB (1,868 words) - 20:52, 10 January 2012
  • ...instantiates the tiles - this is the time-consuming part, hence the use of coroutines and a progress indicator (I attach the script to a GameObject with a GUITex
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  • ...e Lerp, Repeat, PingPong etc. They are fine and can be very powerful using coroutines. However, inspired by TweenLite library from Flash, I wanted a simpler appr === Chaining with Coroutines ===
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  • *'''WaitForFixedUpdate''' ''(Coroutines which yielded WaitForFixedUpdate will resume execution after the next physi *'''WaitForSeconds'''/'''yield'''/'''yield return 0''' ''(Coroutines which yielded one of these will resume execution here, with WaitForSeconds
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  • ...t has a material (including GUIText objects) at any time with these simple coroutines that can be called from anywhere. Fade alpha values in and out, or fade fr These functions are coroutines, so you normally don't use them in Update (which always runs once every fra
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  • [[Category:Coroutines]] control over the execution regime of a set of coroutines. Reading the code
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  • ...ling MoveObject.use.Translation or MoveObject.use.Rotation. Since they're coroutines, just call them when needed; no need for Update.
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  • * Ensure complex coroutines aren't called multiple times in a single frame
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  • [[Category:Coroutines]] ...st to see if the flag is set or if the animation is playing. However using Coroutines we can eliminate much of the boiler plate state code.
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  • [[Category:Coroutines]]
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  • [[Category:Coroutines]]
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  • ...r]] - A coroutine scheduler implementation. Gain a better understanding of coroutines.
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  • MonoEvent comes with 2 prebuilt coroutines for delaying, one of which is timescale independent. ...''ScaledDelay''', change the return array of '''InitEvent()''' so that the coroutines are executed in the proper order. Note that since we changed the time scale
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