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Advocate II

Cant use patch with an and statement

I want a button on select to perform a patch and update the context of a variable. the patch works by itself and the update context works by itself. But when i use the && operator to do both at once it says that i have an invalid argument type. Is there something about the patch funtion that doesn't allow it to be used with an and operator?

 

syntax im using 


UpdateContext({error2_v:false}) && patch(......)

 

Both work perfectly on their own 

 

Thanks

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If you want to perform multiple operations in a single statement (on behavior properties), you should use the ; operator (or ;;, depending on the language😞

UpdateContext({error2_v:false}); Patch(......)

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If you want to perform multiple operations in a single statement (on behavior properties), you should use the ; operator (or ;;, depending on the language😞

UpdateContext({error2_v:false}); Patch(......)

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Simple, precise and exactly what i needed! Thankyou very much!

 

You da bomb!

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