how to pass IEnumerable

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how to pass IEnumerable

Postby icke_siegen » 23 Jun 2018, 18:17

may I ask for an example of how to pass an IEnumerable of handles, e.g. in

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Handles.SetSourceHandleRangeFromHandles(IEnumerable`1 handles, Boolean retainPattern)


I tried various versions, e.g.

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Handles.SetSourceHandleRangeFromHandles({"playbackHandleUN=11", "playbackHandleUN=13", "playbackHandleUN=15"}, false)


But this doesn't work, and the logs say something of an expected Int.
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Re: how to pass IEnumerable

Postby Gregory » 24 Jun 2018, 21:14

There is no syntax to define an IEnumerable in a macro so you can only use these functions if you have property that contains or method that returns that type. For example the following would be valid but it would only allow you to select fixtures which conflict with a previous exchange operation:

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Handles.SetSourceHandleRangeFromHandles(Handles.GetHandles(Fixtures.ConflictingHandles), false)
It is possible to pass in a list of integer values (as of version 11) so you can do the following:

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Handles.SetSourceHandleRange("Playbacks", {0,2,3,4})
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Re: how to pass IEnumerable

Postby sideshowbond » 24 Jun 2018, 21:23

so there basically is currently no way of selecting multiples playback at once based on their user number?
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Re: how to pass IEnumerable

Postby Gregory » 24 Jun 2018, 22:26

I do not believe this is currently possible.

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