So the original thread is kind of old, and I wanted to posy my suggestion:
To check if an object exists, use if _:FindFirstChild("object")~= nil then
where _ is your full name and object is your name's child.
~= nil is pointless in this situation, and it's explained poorly.
~= nil isn't necessary; it's the same as saying
if Condition then.
-- Example using ~= nil local Part = Workspace:FindFirstChild('Part') if Part ~= nil then print('Found part!') end -- Example w/o ~= nil local Part = Workspace:FindFirstChild('Part') if Part then print('Found part!') end
I originally posted the link because I wanted to show that
~= nil isn't necessary.
But meh, to each their own.
Another thing involving Conditional logic
Instead of putting two bits of code in an if then statement, where you are to check the truthiness of two statements and assign it to something, like so...
local var if statement1 then var = statement1 elseif statement2 var = statement2 end
...You could compact it into one line:
local var = statement1 or statement2
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