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nothing to say just that i need help with a script

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So i was working on a a script that is supposed to make an one way elevator with thut's elevators and opencomputers, but the script errors

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I want to know what is the problem

NOTE: I'm new to opencomputers

 

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Here is a fixed version along with some notes:

local event = require("event") --< event library needs to be requested.

local component = require("component") --< same for component
local lift = component.lift

while true do
    local e = event.pull("motion") --< Don't use system reserved variable names for your own.
    if (e == "motion") then --< This event is never false, as the 'event.pull()' is filtered => the upper action will alwayus run.
        lift.callFloor(2)
    else --< Cant be 'elseif', would need a conditon to test
        os.run(elevatormotionmanipulation)
    end
end

-- <= these things are comments, they are used to explain what code does, without affecting its execution, they can be removed without issues.

 

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On 4/25/2019 at 12:33 PM, SpaceBeeGaming said:

Here is a fixed version along with some notes:


local event = require("event") --< event library needs to be requested.

local component = require("component") --< same for component
local lift = component.lift

while true do
    local e = event.pull("motion") --< Don't use system reserved variable names for your own.
    if (e == "motion") then --< This event is never false, as the 'event.pull()' is filtered => the upper action will alwayus run.
        lift.callFloor(2)
    else --< Cant be 'elseif', would need a conditon to test
        os.run(elevatormotionmanipulation)
    end
end

-- <= these things are comments, they are used to explain what code does, without affecting its execution, they can be removed without issues.

 

That's a long script and i know about comments

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