DCS enum world

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Enumerator: world Added with: 1.2.0
Description: The world enumerator contains a listing of events that can occur within the simulator, birthplace that defines how an object was spawned, and the shapes used with the world.searchObjects function.

For each event see the pages for each event type

Event Types: shot, hit, takeoff, land, crash, ejection, refueling, dead, pilot_dead, base_captured, mission_start, mission_end, took_control, refueling_stop, birth, human_failure, engine_startup, engine_shutdown, player_enter_unit, player_leave_unit, player_comment, shooting_start, shooting_end, mark_added, mark_change, mark_remove

Uses:
Format: The world enumerator contains 3 nested tables of event, BirthPlace, and VolumeType. These tables are formatted in the following manner with indexes corresponding to their constant values.
world= {
  event= {
    S_EVENT_INVALID = 0,
    S_EVENT_SHOT = 1,
    S_EVENT_HIT = 2,
     ...
 },
  BirthPlace= {
   wsBirthPlace_Air,
   wsBirthPlace_RunWay,
   wsBirthPlace_Park,
   ...  
 },
  VolumeType= {
    SEGMENT,
    BOX,
    SPHERE,
    PYRAMID
 }, 
}
constants: Below is a full listing of the event types and their corresponding ids.
0 =  S_EVENT_INVALID"
1 = "S_EVENT_SHOT"
2 = "S_EVENT_HIT"
3 = "S_EVENT_TAKEOFF"
4 = "S_EVENT_LAND"
5 = "S_EVENT_CRASH"
6 = "S_EVENT_EJECTION"
7 = "S_EVENT_REFUELING"
8 = "S_EVENT_DEAD"
9 = "S_EVENT_PILOT_DEAD"
10 = "S_EVENT_BASE_CAPTURED"
11 = "S_EVENT_MISSION_START"
12 = "S_EVENT_MISSION_END"
13 = "S_EVENT_TOOK_CONTROL"
14 = "S_EVENT_REFUELING_STOP"
15 = "S_EVENT_BIRTH"
16 = "S_EVENT_HUMAN_FAILURE"
17 = "S_EVENT_ENGINE_STARTUP"
18 = "S_EVENT_ENGINE_SHUTDOWN"
19 = "S_EVENT_PLAYER_ENTER_UNIT"
20 = "S_EVENT_PLAYER_LEAVE_UNIT"
21 = "S_EVENT_PLAYER_COMMENT"
22 = "S_EVENT_SHOOTING_START"
23 = "S_EVENT_SHOOTING_END"
24 = "S_EVENT_MAX'

BirthPlace events are logged as.

1 = "wsBirthPlace_Air"
3 = "wsBirthPlace_Ship"
4 = "wsBirthPlace_RunWay"
5 = "wsBirthPlace_Park"
9 = "wsBirthPlace_Heliport_Hot"       
10 = "wsBirthPlace_Heliport_Cold"
11 = "wsBirthPlace_Ship_Cold"
12 = "wsBirthPlace_Ship_Hot"

VolumeType shapes are defined as:

0 = "SEGMENT"
1 = "BOX"
2 = "SPHERE"
3 = "PYRAMID"
notes: