Denizen Script Commands

Commands are always written with a '-' before them, and are the core component of any script, the primary way to cause things to happen.
Learn about how commands work in The Beginner's Guide.

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Syntaxdetermine (passively) [<value>]
Short DescriptionSets the outcome of a script.
Full DescriptionSets the outcome of a script.
The most common use case is within script events (for example, to cancel the event).
This is also required for all procedure scripts.
It may be useful in other cases (such as a task script that returns a result, via the save argument).

By default, the determine command will end the queue (similar to Command:stop).
If you wish to prevent this, specify the "passively" argument.

To make multiple determines, simply use the determine command multiple times in a row, with the "passively" argument on each.
Related Tags<QueueTag.determination> Returns the values that have been determined via Command:Determine (...)
Usage Example
# Use to modify the result of an event.
- determine message:<context.message.to_lowercase>
Usage Example
# Use to cancel an event, but continue running script commands.
- determine passively cancelled
Synonyms (Search Aid)return