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Old 30/06/2018, 01:48 PM   #1
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Is it useful ti create a pack of includes that will help peoples to work easier (rookies btw). I mean, there will be includes that simple some functions, and create something (gates, factions) in one line. Hm?
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Yes. But either you add it as includes, or direct code inside gm, doesnt make difference. Only advantage of using includes is you can use same include inside another script (Filterscript perhaps).
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Yes. But either you add it as includes, or direct code inside gm, doesnt make difference. Only advantage of using includes is you can use same include inside another script (Filterscript perhaps).
Peoples don't need to make their own funcs, and it is for rookies
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