The Function Node is customized by the user. The number and Data Types of the Input and Output Sockets and the functionality are defined in the Node's own Logic, which is accessed by either double clicking the Node or the Function on the Function's list.

The Node's Logic has two special Nodes: Function Input and Function Output.

Functions can be exported and then imported in a different Project.



Pulse Input (►)


A standard Input Pulse, to trigger the execution of the Node.

Input Parameter [n]

Defined in the Function Input Node

Parameter received by the Function.



Pulse Output (►)


A standard Output Pulse, to move onto the next Node along the Logic Branch, once this Node has finished its execution.

Output Parameter [n]

Defined in the Function Output Node

Parameter returned by the Function.

Creating a Function

To add a Function, click on the add icon on the top left of the Functions tab on the left panel of the Logic Editor and type in the desired name of the Function. Then, to open the Function's Logic Graph, double-click on the Function Node. There, the Logic of the Function can be defined.

See an example in the image below.

Exporting and Importing a Function

For exporting a Function, right-click it on the Function's list or on the Node, select Export and save the Blueprints file.

For importing a Function, right-click on the Function's list or on the Logic Graph, select Import, and find the Blueprints file.

See Also

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