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Is it possible to get a property (like var damage) from other node without get_parent and so on? like do func on_collision(body): body.get(property) or something like that. Thank you

Godot version 3.5
in Engine by (38 points)

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To get the property of a node, you just need a valid reference to that node. It doesn't matter how you get that reference as long as it's valid. There are lots of ways to get a node reference, including get_parent(), direct scene tree navigation, via an in-built callback, signals, a singleton reference, ...

With a valid node reference, you can reference the node's properties directly.

by (19,316 points)
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Veya ┼ču kodu kullanabilirsiniz:

func _on_collision(body):
   var sample = body.your_variable
   ... (your_code) ...

This should be working.

by (95 points)
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