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  1. Hello Pete and / or John. This is an idea, maybe for the future? ( too late now for FSX) This seems it would be very helpful for those working on a sim cockpit. An optional passing 3rd parameter on "event.Lvar". Have been working on a project for a friend where ~226 l:vars needed to be assigned to offsets so that mobiflight/arduino can use them for the cockpit. Mainly these are indicator lamps and the like - not updated/changed repetitively. All done with it and seen there was quite a bit of repetition. (~215 semi-repetitive functions) Thinking this would save (big time) on lua memory usage, writing of the script, and possibly quicker loading of the lua. Would something like this work? If it could work, any downsides? Of course tested it with grand hopes, but alas..... ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- local poll_spd = 300 function write2ub (varname, value, offset) ipc.writeUB(offset, value) end function write2uw (varname, value, offset) ipc.writeUW(offset, value) end -- etc... event.Lvar("lvar#1", poll_spd, "write2ub", 0x####) event.Lvar("lvar#2", poll_spd, "write2ub", 0x####) -- thru event.Lvar("lvar#225", poll_spd, "write2uw", 0x####) event.Lvar("lvar#226", poll_spd, "write2uw", 0x####) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Again, just an idea. Regards, Roman
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