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What is wrong with this script? Can Someone fix it for me? ANSWERED

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smd34 30
7 years ago

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What I want to do is basically to make an intermission that will eventually transition into a match that will start depending on the number of players in the game.** I want it so that at least 4 players are in the game for the match to start. I want it to start counting down the check the number of players in the lobby. **

hint = script.Parent
minplayers = 4


function CheckForPlayers()
    if game.Players.NumPlayers <= minplayers then
        hint.Text = "You need at least "..minplayers.." to start a match."
        Countdown()
    else
        wait (1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 5"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 4"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 3"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 2"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 1"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 0"
        wait(2)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait (1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
        wait(1.1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait (1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
        wait(2)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait(1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
        wait(1.1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait (1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
    end
end

function Countdown()
    local i = 30
    while i > -1 do
        wait (1)
        hint.Text = "Intermission: " .. i
        CheckForPlayers()
        i = i - 1
    end
    hint.Parent.Visible = true
end
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So, what about this code doesn't work? adark 5487 — 7y
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Nothing works. Nothing Happens and I dont know why.. smd34 30 — 7y
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Do you get any Output? adark 5487 — 7y
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it says end is expected to close if at line 6 smd34 30 — 7y

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Answered by
Discern 1007 Moderation Voter
7 years ago

Mate, you forgot to call your function. If you don't call your function, nothing will run if it is inside of a function.

hint = script.Parent
minplayers = 4


function CheckForPlayers()
    if game.Players.NumPlayers < minplayers then
        hint.Text = "You need at least "..minplayers.." to start a match."
        Countdown()
    else
        wait (1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 5"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 4"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 3"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 2"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 1"
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match in: 0"
        wait(2)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait (1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
        wait(1.1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait (1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
        wait(2)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait(1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
        wait(1.1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match."
        wait(1)
        hint.Text = "Starting Match.."
        wait (1) 
        hint.Text = "Starting Match..."
    end
end

function Countdown()
    local i = 30
    while i > -1 do
        wait (1)
        hint.Text = "Intermission: " .. i
        CheckForPlayers()
        i = i - 1
    end
    hint.Parent.Visible = true
end

CheckForPlayers() --This is calling your function. This will run the code inside the function CheckForPlayers, which will call Countdown as you placed inside of the original function.

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You could of used the "for" as a easier way. woodengop 1134 — 7y
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