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For example:

// code //
var tweener = Tween.new()
addchild(tweener)
tweener.interpolate(self,"x",0,100,1,Tween.TRANS
LINEAR,Tween.EASEOUT)
tweener.connect("tween
complete",tweener,"start")
tweener.start()
//-- --//

Obviously, it won't call the function without errors because "start" doesn't ask for arguments and the "tweencomplete" gives it 2.
I know you can create a function "on
tween_complete", but is there any way of do it directly?
I just use Tween as example, but it can happen in many cases.

Thanks!
Carlos

asked Jul 7, 2018 in Engine by hinasis (230 points)

If you use the curly braces for code would be easier to read :)

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