MonoBehaviour

class in UnityEngine

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Hereda de:Behaviour

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Descripción

MonoBehaviour is the base class from which every Unity script derives.

When you use C#, you must explicitly derive from MonoBehaviour.

This class doesn't support the null-conditional operator (?.) and the null-coalescing operator (??).

For code samples, see the individual MonoBehaviour methods.

Note: There is a checkbox for enabling or disabling MonoBehaviour in the Unity Editor. It disables functions when unticked. If none of these functions are present in the script, the Unity Editor does not display the checkbox. The functions are:

Start()
Update()
FixedUpdate()
LateUpdate()
OnGUI()
OnDisable()
OnEnable()

See Also: The Deactivating GameObjects page in the manual.

Variables

runInEditModeAllow a specific instance of a MonoBehaviour to run in edit mode (only available in the editor).
useGUILayoutDesactivar esto el deja a usted omitir la fase del diseño del GUI.

Funciones Públicas

CancelInvokeCancela todas las llamadas de Invoca