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Hello, I am looking at a GDscript code and I see that it is possible to check directly in a dictionary if it is true or false as I show in this code.

var intercepto = espacio.intersect_ray(origen, destino, [], 1)
        print(intercepto)
        if intercepto: #I use a condition to check a dictionary
            var personaje = get_parent().get_node("Personaje")

However if I do this in godot c # it doesn't work

intercepto = espacio.IntersectRay(origen,destino,new Godot.Collections.Array{}, 1);

        if(intercepto)//no work
        {

        }

I was seeing in Godot c # that to do the check you have to see if that key exists in the dictionary,

        intercepto = espacio.IntersectRay(origen,destino,new Godot.Collections.Array{}, 1);

        if(intercepto.Contains("position"))//if the dictionary has that key
        {
        }

The question I have is:
-Godot engine GDscript when placed in the condition the dictionary automatically checks the keys?

-Is the interpretation with c # correct?

API GODOT ENGINE GDSCRIPT

API GODOT ENGINE C#

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asked Mar 11 in Projects by Ariel Gimenez (24 points)
edited Mar 11 by Ariel Gimenez

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