Difference between revisions of "Thread:set"

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Sets a value in the message box of the thread. The name of the message can be any string. The value of the message can be a boolean, string, number or a LÖVE userdata. Foreign userdata (Lua's files, LuaSocket, ...), functions or tables are not supported.
 
Sets a value in the message box of the thread. The name of the message can be any string. The value of the message can be a boolean, string, number or a LÖVE userdata. Foreign userdata (Lua's files, LuaSocket, ...), functions or tables are not supported.
 
== Function ==
 
== Function ==

Revision as of 00:39, 21 June 2013

Available since LÖVE 0.8.0
It has been renamed from Thread:send.
Removed in LÖVE 0.9.0
It has been moved to the Channel api.

Sets a value in the message box of the thread. The name of the message can be any string. The value of the message can be a boolean, string, number or a LÖVE userdata. Foreign userdata (Lua's files, LuaSocket, ...), functions or tables are not supported.

Function

Synopsis

Thread:set(name, value)

Arguments

string name
The name of the message.
boolean, string, number or LÖVE userdata value
The contents of the message.

Returns

None.

See Also

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