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how can l Repeat this script?

Asked by 7 years ago
 Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "A" 
 Wait(5)  
 Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "B" 
 Wait(5)  
 Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "C" 
 Wait(5)  
 Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "D" 
 Wait(5)

l want to after Display D and wait(5) and return to A(not stop the Display),how should l do?

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hudzell 238 Moderation Voter
7 years ago
while true do
    workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "A" 
    wait(5)  
    workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "B" 
    wait(5)  
    workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "C" 
    wait(5)  
    workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "D" 
    wait(5)
end
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Good 7785543 0 — 7y
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Answered by 7 years ago

Well, you could use the while true do end loop and repeat until nil loop. Try this;

repeat wait(0)until game:FindFirstChild("Workspace") and game.Workspace:FindFirstChild("PDIS")and game.Workspace.PDIS:FindFirstChild("PDIS")and game.Workspace.PDIS.PDIS:FindFirstChild("Frame")and game.Workspace.PDIS.PDIS.Frame:FindFirstChild("TextLabel") --I use this as a just-in-case

while game.Workspace:FindFirstChild("PDIS")do
game.Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "A"
wait(5) 
game.Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "B"
wait(5) 
game.Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "C"
wait(5) 
game.Workspace.PIDS.PIDS.Frame.TextLabel.Text = "D"
wait(5)
end

The repeat until nil loop is optional, I just use it as a just-in-case. Hope this helped!

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I dont see the point of having a JUST IN CASE with this script. What if the PDIS item got removed during the loop? It would crash. Facepalm. Nickoakz 231 — 7y
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The `repeat until nil` loop, within this script, will wait until it finds all those things, or until they finally exist, and I have to edit the `while true do end` loop a bit. TheeDeathCaster 2336 — 7y
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.. The script would still fail if the PIDS got removed while the wait(5)s. Nickoakz 231 — 7y
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There, edited the `while true do end` loop, while the PDIS exists within Workspace the script will keep working, but when it is removed, or parented into a different parent, the script will stop. TheeDeathCaster 2336 — 7y
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Yes, it would break, but as long as it isn't 'removed', the script will keep running. (Can't do stuff like Workspace:FindFirstChild("PDIS"):FindFirstChild("PDIS") because it won't work and will error. :l ) TheeDeathCaster 2336 — 7y
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Good but l like less one 7785543 0 — 7y
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Oh my lord. -_- TheeDeathCaster 2336 — 7y

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