HandicapType (Civ5 Type)

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ID.png The HandicapType pseudo-type is actually a regular integer. Pseudo-types do not exist in Lua, they only serve a documentation purpose on the wiki!
  • DB.png Integers labeled as HandicapType corresponds to the ID column of the HandicapInfos XML table.


XML: the HandicapInfos table

Here are the ID and Type columns found in this table.

ID Type
0 HANDICAP_SETTLER
1 HANDICAP_CHIEFTAIN
2 HANDICAP_WARLORD
3 HANDICAP_PRINCE
4 HANDICAP_KING
5 HANDICAP_EMPEROR
6 HANDICAP_IMMORTAL
7 HANDICAP_DEITY


Examples

Used by

Button:RegisterCallback(MouseType lClick, (void func(HandicapType index, ResourceType y, Button button, int x, int y)) OnEndTurnTimerClicked)
HandicapType City:GetHandicapType()
Events.SerialEventUnitFlagSelected(PlayerID player, HandicapType unit)
HandicapType Game.GetHandicapType()
HandicapType Player:GetHandicapType()
HandicapType PreGame.GetHandicap(PlayerID player = nil)
HandicapType PreGame.GetWorldSize()
PreGame.SetHandicap(PlayerID player, HandicapType id)
PreGame.SetWorldSize(HandicapType id)
PullDown:RegisterSelectionCallback((void func(PlayerID playerID, HandicapType id, unknown control)) OnChatTarget)
HandicapType Team:GetHandicapType()
HandicapType Unit:GetHandicapType()



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