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script to check if objectives are complete

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Hi guys, I tried posting a follow up to another thread though it didn't really get noticed, so I created this one.

I’ve got two separate objectives though they’re completely scripted. Is there a way I can run a script to check and see if obj_1 and obj_2 are complete, then create a new task? Triggers won't work for this one because there arn't any.

I’m thinking something along the lines of an if statement if it works like that, but unsure how that would work?

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Basically its a run by a script and if it continues through the loop to the bottom it's Objective complete. I've got two of these running, and wondered if there was a script to check if objectives are complete.

Both objectives running the same time, once both complete a script pics this up and fires something else. Any ideas if that's possible?

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Well, there's a way how check it. You can use the command taskState.

for instance:

tskSomeTask = player createSimpleTask ["NewTask"];
hint format["Taskstate: %1", taskState tskSomeTask];

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Just to check, do you think that this would work? It's something like this I'm looking for, but unsure.

if
(tskobj_1 TaskState "SUCCEEDED"; && tskobj_2 TaskState "SUCCEEDED";)
then {

tskobj_3 = player createSimpleTask["task"];
tskobj_3 setSimpleTaskDescription ["task", "task", "task"];
tskobj_3 setSimpleTaskDestination (getMarkerPos "obj_3");
taskhint ["New Task!\nNew task to do something", [1, 1, 1, 1], "taskNew"];

}

};

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Your syntax is a little off. Try this:

if ((taskState tskobj_1 == "SUCCEEDED") && (taskState tskobj_2 == "SUCCEEDED")) then
{
tskobj_3 = player createSimpleTask["task"];
tskobj_3 setSimpleTaskDescription ["task", "task", "task"];
tskobj_3 setSimpleTaskDestination (getMarkerPos "obj_3");
taskhint ["New Task!\nNew task to do something", [1, 1, 1, 1], "taskNew"];
};

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