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ScriptableObject.OnDisable()

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Description

This function is called when the scriptable object goes out of scope.

This is also called when the object is destroyed and can be used for any cleanup code. When scripts are reloaded after compilation has finished, OnDisable will be called, followed by an OnEnable after the script has been loaded.

// A ScriptableObject example script.
// The A and B members implement features which
// are unrelated to MonoBehaviour.

using UnityEngine;

public class ScriptObj : ScriptableObject { int a = 10; int[] b = new int[5] {0, 17, 34, 42, 67};

public int A { get {return a; } }

// return value in b array, or -1 if x is out-of-range public int B(int x) { if (x >= 0 && x <= 5) return b[x]; else return -1; }

public void Awake() { Debug.Log("Awake"); }

public void OnEnable() { Debug.Log("OnEnable"); }

public void OnDisable() { Debug.Log("OnDisable"); }

public void OnDestroy() { Debug.Log("OnDestroy"); } }

The following script makes use of the above ScriptableObject script.

// create and access the ScriptObj

using UnityEngine;

public class ScriptObjExample : MonoBehaviour { ScriptObj test;

void Start() { test = (ScriptObj)ScriptableObject.CreateInstance(typeof(ScriptObj));

print(test.A); print(test.B(3)); print(test.B(-3)); } }

OnDisable cannot be a co-routine.

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