CubicleHead 2021-05-02 00:06 (Edited)
this question is similar to:
but i was wondering how to see the x flip of a sprite using =sprite.a(n)
i couldnt understand the answers in the above link
was8bit 2021-05-02 03:08
It takes bit math..
Just use the READ portion of this code... must include the global variables...
was8bit 2021-05-02 03:09 (Edited)
CHARFLP will yield a number 0-3 which combines both x and y flips into one number...
I "think" 1 means x flipped but not y, 2 means y flipped but not x (you may need to test to be sure, i may have that backwards)
0 means neither x or y is flipped, and 3 means x and y are both flipped...
Timo 2021-05-02 09:48
Short answer, this should work:
IF SPRITE.A(0) AND %1000 THEN PRINT "FLIP X"
(But I didn't test it now.)
The "AND" is used as a binary "and", not a logical. (Although in LowRes NX it's technically the same.)
CubicleHead 2021-05-02 12:13