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How to destroy an object after touch function with debounces?

Asked by 1 year ago
Edited 1 year ago

So I am creating a script for an interactive garden. If the player steps on the soil which contains a seed on top, the seed dissolves. When a player walks on it once again, a sprout slowly appears. I did that part successfully using two debounce variables.

But I want to continue the script. If the player walks across the soil which now contains the sprout, the sprout will dissolve and a flower will bloom in place.

This is the script so far:

debounce = false
rebounce = false
mbounce = false 
script.Parent.Soil.Touched:connect(function()

    if not debounce then 

        debounce = true

        for i = 0, 1, 0.1 do
        script.Parent.Seed.Transparency = i
        wait (0.1)
    end
    wait(20)
    debounce = false 

    end



if not rebounce then 

rebounce = true

     for i = 1, 0, -0.1 do
        script.Parent.Sprout.Transparency = i
        wait (0.1)
    end
        wait(20)

    rebounce = false


if not mbounce then 
    mbounce = true 
         for i = 0, 1, 0.1 do
        script.Parent.Sprout.Transparency = i
        wait (0.1)

        end
        wait(20)
mbounce = false 
end


end

end)

wait(5)

script.Parent.Sprout:Destroy()

How come when I use the "Destroy" Instance, it doesn't work at all?

Also, I want to do the for loop to get rid of the sprout, so it can appear to dissolve. But, when I did the for loop with a separate debounce variable, it did not work at all.

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Answered by 1 year ago
Edited 1 year ago

I like your idea. Upvoted. Now, in this kind of script, I would suggest you a situation variable, like...

local Situation = "Nothing"

When touched is fired, put an if condition and do seeding process.

if Situation == "Nothing" then
    --Seeding process
    Situation = "Seed"
end

And same for others, but you have to use Elseif for this.

if Situation == "Nothing" then
    --Seeding process
    Situation = "Seed"
elseif Situation == "Seed" then
    --Sprouting process? I am not good at flowers
    Situation = "SproutOff"
elseif Situation == "SproutOff" then
    --Sprouting now???
    Situation = "SproutOn"
end

And if we get all those things together...

local Debounce = false
local Situation = "Nothing"

script.Parent.Soil.Touched:connect(function()
    if Debounce == false then
        Debounce = true

        if Situation == "Nothing" then
            --Seeding process
        elseif Situation == "Seed" then
            --Sprouting process? I am not good at flowers
            Situation = "SproutOff"
        elseif Situation == "SproutOff" then
            --Sprouting now???
            Situation = "SproutOn"
        end

        Debounce = false
    end
end

Please consider adding wait lines inside if statements. Putting them outside would confuse you, I think...

Edit: Use destroy inside function if you want to destroy something.

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Answered by 1 year ago
Edited 1 year ago

This is disappointing, superalp beat me to it, oh well, I spent a lot of time on this so I'll share anyways lol

local debounce = false
local seedUsed = false
local sproutGrowing = false
local flowerBloomed = false
local goal = {}

local function TweenPart(part, Time, goal)
    game:GetService("TweenService"):Create(part, TweenInfo.new(Time), goal):Play()
end

script.Parent.Soil.Touched:Connect(function()
    if not debounce then
        debounce = true

        if not seedUsed then
            seedUsed = true

            goal.Transparency = 1
            TweenPart(script.Parent.Seed, 1, goal)
            wait(20)
            debounce = false

        elseif seedUsed and not sproutGrowing then
            sproutGrowing = true

            goal.Transparency = 0
            TweenPart(script.Parent.Sprout, 1, goal)
            wait(20)
            debounce = false

        elseif seedUsed and sproutGrowing and not flowerBloomed then
            flowerBloomed = true

            goal.Transparency = 1
            TweenPart(script.Parent.Sprout, 1, goal)
            wait(20)
            debounce = false
        end
    end
end)

Your system with multiple debounces was going in the right direction, but just made everything confusing, so I made this use variables to help determine which "phase" of growth the plant is in.

Also, I converted your for i = #, #, # loop to animate into TweenService, which makes it look a lot smoother, and removes some math to make it easier.

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