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How to get an enum's description in bp

You can put stuff int he description. How would I reference that in bps? Could be useful for pulling additional data for names and such. Thanks

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asked Feb 15 '19 at 06:14 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image Tuerer Feb 15 '19 at 08:38 AM

Do you mean a tooltip? That's just metadata, you can't use it in a BP. You can try using Maps as collections of variables, where you can put both a value and a description that's usable in BPs.

avatar image PerCat Feb 15 '19 at 04:19 PM

Big oof. Anyway to quickly copy paste the enum data somewhere? I have over 679 names for both genders.

avatar image Everynone Feb 15 '19 at 06:38 PM

Consider looking into DataTables instead.

avatar image Everynone Feb 15 '19 at 10:07 AM

Or embed an enumerator in a struct.

avatar image PerCat Feb 15 '19 at 04:20 PM

Would I still be able to random pull the correct names/ descriptions for my npc?

avatar image Everynone Feb 15 '19 at 06:39 PM

Yes, use a DataTable. You can access an entry randomly by index or directly, by name.

You can load it up from an external file automagically. No need to manually punch things in. Apart from populating an Excel sheet.

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