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: Note that the value returned by <tt>UnitLevel("player")</tt> will most likely be incorrect when called in a [[Events_P_(Party,_Petition,_Pet,_PlayerBank,_Player)#PLAYER_LEVEL_UP|PLAYER_LEVEL_UP]] event handler, or shortly after leveling in general. Check [[Events_P_(Party,_Petition,_Pet,_PlayerBank,_Player)#PLAYER_LEVEL_UP|PLAYER_LEVEL_UP]] arg1 for the correct level.
 
: Note that the value returned by <tt>UnitLevel("player")</tt> will most likely be incorrect when called in a [[Events_P_(Party,_Petition,_Pet,_PlayerBank,_Player)#PLAYER_LEVEL_UP|PLAYER_LEVEL_UP]] event handler, or shortly after leveling in general. Check [[Events_P_(Party,_Petition,_Pet,_PlayerBank,_Player)#PLAYER_LEVEL_UP|PLAYER_LEVEL_UP]] arg1 for the correct level.
 
If you want to gather the Player's Level on load, you will want to call this after the PLAYER_ENTERING_WORLD Event.
 

Latest revision as of 16:01, January 15, 2008

WoW API < UnitLevel

Returns the unit's level.

 /script SendChatMessage("Level "..UnitLevel("target"));

If the current target is a Level 50 mob, this macro will print Level 50 in your chat window. If the unit's level is unknown, i.e. a Level ?? target, or is a special boss, UnitLevel() will return -1.

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Note that the value returned by UnitLevel("player") will most likely be incorrect when called in a PLAYER_LEVEL_UP event handler, or shortly after leveling in general. Check PLAYER_LEVEL_UP arg1 for the correct level.

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