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Why? I would really appreciate your help.

Discussion in 'Documentation' started by thanhdanh047, Jul 7, 2018.

  1. thanhdanh047

    thanhdanh047

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    I am working on a project where I want to make a Scoreboard scene but before I started, I wanted to know and understand what PlayerPrefs.GetInt() was. After reading the api, I did a test to see if it works. I went to the registry editor on windows, went to my project and added a new string value called Player Name, and I attached an int value of 20, just for the test. I created an int variable called number and I made it public so I can see what value is attached to it when I ran unity. Here is my script:
    Code (CSharp):
    1. public int number;

    2. void Start() {
    3. number = PlayerPrefs.GetInt ("Player Name", 10);
    4. }
    And for some kind of reason, the only number attached to 'number' is 10. Why? I would really appreciate your help. If you have any questions, you can simply ask.