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How do I make a parameter with Vector3?

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I1254I 0
13 days ago

I've been doodling around with my new scripting skills lol and I tried making a parameter with vector 3 I don't know how to do it and cant find any tutorials please help me I would appreciate it when I click play the parts don't show up or spawn in.

Here's the script

function generatePart(name, position) local myPart = Instance.new("Part") myPart.Position = Vector3.new(position) myPart.Anchored = true myPart.BrickColor = BrickColor.new("Light pink") myPart.Transparency = 0.5 myPart.Name = name myPart.Parent = game.Workspace -- more efficient this way end

generatePart(1, 0,25,0) generatePart(2, 0,35,0) generatePart(3, 0,45,0) generatePart(4, 0,55,0)

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local position = Vector3.new(X, Y, Z) generatePart("name", position) 9mze 178 — 9d

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Answered by
NykoVania 198 Moderation Voter
12 days ago

For future questions please put the code in lua blocks so that we can understand it easier, but I was able to find your error.

Position only acts as the first parameter because it's a single variable,so you would need to use 3 variables like this

Local pos1,pos2,pos3 = 1,2,3

Part.Position = Vector3.new(pos1,pos2,pos3)
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Answered by 12 days ago

each argument you put in a function will be the same as the paramaters in the right order. try this:

function generatePart(name, position)
    local myPart = Instance.new("Part")
    myPart.Position = Vector3.new(position)
    myPart.Anchored = true
    myPart.BrickColor = BrickColor.new("Light pink")
    myPart.Transparency = 0.5
    myPart.Name = name
    myPart.Parent = game.Workspace -- more efficient this way
end

generatePart("Test1", (1, 0, 25, 0))
generatePart("Test2", (2, 0, 35, 0))
generatePart("Test3", (3, 0, 45, 0))
generatePart("Test4", (4, 0, 55, 0))

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