Openbullet not reading <PASS> syntax when using IronPython



  • Question is in the title its not reading <PASS> syntax from variables. Does IronPython exclude past variables built in OB

    SCRIPT

    BEGIN SCRIPT IronPython
    text = "<PASS>"
    translation = {"a": "64",
    "Y": "5c",
    "Z": "5f",
    "1": "34",
    "2": "37",
    "3": "36",
    "4": "31",
    "0": "35"}
    RIGHT = ("".join(translation[key] for key in text))
    END SCRIPT -> VARS "RIGHT, text"

    ERROR

    Jumping to line 97
    DEBUG LOG:
    Parsing 2 variables
    SET VARIABLE RIGHT WITH VALUE 39554456563b
    SET VARIABLE text WITH VALUE <PASS>
    Execution completed in 0.0079518 seconds
    ===== DEBUGGER ENDED AFTER 0.118 SECOND(S) WITH STATUS: NONE =====



  • When you try to use variables in this kind of stuff on openbullet, they won't have the same <>, it'll be just the name.

    Exameple: <PASS> will now become PASS. <MyName> will become MyName.


  • Admin

    I'm not even sure if variables parsed from the input line will be passed to the scripting languages, you might wanna clone the value to another OB variable first



  • They are 😉


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