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How to use GetGameTimeInSeconds?

I am trying to call UKismetSystemLibrary::GetGameTimeInSeconds(this) in a function of a class that inherits from AActor, but I get the C2355 error below.

error C2355: 'this' : can only be referenced inside non-static member functions or non-static data member initializers

How can I pass the UObject* WorldContextObject to the function without using 'this'?

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asked Jan 07 '15 at 01:48 AM in C++ Programming

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UKismetSystemLibrary::GetGameTimeInSeconds(this) is a static function you cannot use "this". For game time use this instead

 this->GetWorld()->GetTimeSeconds()
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answered Jan 07 '15 at 01:56 AM

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avatar image BitBoy92 Jan 07 '15 at 02:20 PM

Thanks Duncan. This was exactly what I was looking for.

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