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  • #215955 Reply

    fmyykjy

    Chlorogenic acid (CGA) is a natural chemical compound which is the ester of caffeic acid and (?)-quinic acid. It is an important biosynthetic intermediate.] Chlorogenic acid is an important intermediate in lignin biosynthesis. This compound, known as an antioxidant, may also slow the release of glucose into the bloodstream after a meal.]
    The term chlorogenic acids can also refer to a related family of esters of hydroxycinnamic acids (caffeic acid, ferulic acid and p-coumaric acid) with quinic acid.]
    Despite the “chloro” of the name, chlorogenic acids contain no chlorine. Instead, the name comes from the Greek ?????????? (light green) and -???????? (a suffix meaning “giving rise to”), because of the green color produced when chlorogenic acids are oxidized
    From suzhou pharmaceutical technology co.,ltd.

    #370095 Reply

    MarieGlasp

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #370230 Reply

    SusanCob

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #375892 Reply

    ElainePlons

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #377135 Reply

    JaimeIdodo

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #378048 Reply

    KathrynCourl

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #378631 Reply

    LynetteVally

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #378934 Reply

    VerdaBorge

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #379021 Reply

    CandicePed

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #379024 Reply

    Oraliahoada

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #379130 Reply

    CandicePed

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #380639 Reply

    ShannaCoamY

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #380668 Reply

    Helenrow

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #380822 Reply

    WandaFep

    I would like to know before I actually start any work the following:

    1 Are all the AI scripts and such in Lua? Based on my basic peerings the answer is yes.
    2 When are AI scripts executed? Are they only executed during the turn of a computer, or are they always able to execute even during another players turn?
    3 Are all of the scripts run in separate global domains or can multiple AIs using the same script share the same globals, while having player local variables?

    Thanks.

    #381095 Reply

    MabelCrews

    In my opinion, it is actual, I will take part in discussion. Together we can come to a right answer. I am assured.

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