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    Hi guys,


    I'll start off by saying although I work in IT at a fairly senior level my job doesn't involve programming (unless you count writing lots of Powershell scripts as programming!). That being said, I've got a relatively decent background programming in C/C++, Java, C#/Vb.net and Python so think I should be able to pick up on this relatively quickly. The problem I'm having is finding any documentation to do this properly.


    For example, if we look at the following I've seen in someone elses project:

    NPC chicken = getNpcs().getClosest("Chicken");


    It's obvious what's going on, it's setting the variable chicken to the closest NPC named "Chicken". What I don't understand is how I could have been aware of the function getNpcs() or its subfunction getClosest(). Is there some documentation somewhere?


    I understand I could go through other projects and just adapt code based on what I see but it'd be better to have a library of functions I can search through. Does anyone have a link for me please?



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