Simple Expressions

Simple expressions in MAXScript, denoted as <simple_expr>, correspond to the constructs normally considered expressions in math and conventional programming languages, as in the following examples:

a + b * c

sin x

The expressions are generally comprised of operands (a, b, c, and x), that are acted on by operators (+ and *) or given as parameters to functions (sin). Simple expressions are divided into the following groups:

See also


Math Expressions

Comparison Expressions

Logical Expressions

Function Calls