Denizen Script Object Types

Object Types are the fundamental types of data passed around in a Denizen script, often seen as the return type of a tag.
Learn about how objects work in The Beginner's Guide.

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Base TypeElementTag
ImplementsFlaggableObject, AreaObject
Identity FormatThe identity format for polygons is <world>,<y-min>,<y-max>,<x1>,<z1>,... (the x,z pair repeats for as many points as the polygon has).
DescriptionA PolygonTag represents a polygonal region in the world.

The word 'polygon' means an arbitrary 2D shape.
PolygonTags, in addition to a 2D polygon, contain a minimum and maximum Y coordinate, to allow them to function in 3D.

PolygonTags are NOT polyhedra.

A PolygonTag with 4 points at right angles would cover an area also possible to be defined by a CuboidTag, however all other shapes a PolygonTag can form are unique.

Compared to CuboidTags, PolygonTags are generally slower to process and more complex to work with, but offer the benefit of supporting more intricate shapes.

Note that forming invalid polygons (duplicate corners, impossible shapes, etc) will not necessarily give any error message, and may cause weird results.

This object type can be noted.

This object type is flaggable when it is noted.
Flags on this object type will be stored in the notables.yml file.
MatchableRefer to ObjectType:areaobject's matchable list.