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GTA III Vice City San Andreas CREATE_CAR


Description
Creates a vehicle at the coordinates point
Syntax
00A5: [var] = create_car [int] at [flt1] [flt2] [flt3]
Car.Create( [var], [int], [flt1], [flt2], [flt3] )
Parameter
[int]
Valid model index as defined in the CARS section of the IDE file; also acceptable is model's DFF name with a hash character
[flt1]
X-coordinate
[flt2]
Y-coordinate
[flt3]
Z-coordinate (or ≤-100.0 for ground z)
[var]
Variable to store the handle of the vehicle
Native analog
CREATE_CAR

This opcode creates a vehicle at the coordinates point. Using this opcode requires the model to be already loaded, usually through opcode 0247, or else the game might crash. The major script editors like Sanny Builder support using the vehicle's DFF model name and automatically converts those values into integers upon compilation. The Enforcer, Police, and Rhino are locked initially (lock state 5) when spawned; they can be unlocked using opcode 020A or if any driver exits the vehicle. All vehicles created by this opcode outside a mission will become near-permanent in the game until opcode 01C3 is used to mark it as no longer needed.

Example

See also: Spawn a vehicle

The following example, using Sanny Builder, will spawn a Pony close to the player character.

const
SPAWNED_CAR = 0@
X_POS = 1@
Y_POS = 2@
Z_POS = 3@
CAR_MODEL = #PONY  // set your vehicle model
end

0247: request_model CAR_MODEL
038B: load_requested_models
00A0: store_actor $PLAYER_ACTOR position_to X_POS Y_POS Z_POS
X_POS += 4.0
00A5: SPAWNED_CAR = create_car CAR_MODEL at X_POS Y_POS Z_POS
0249: release_model CAR_MODEL
01C3: remove_references_to_car SPAWNED_CAR

Keywords

create, spawn, car, vehicle, model