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func _on_MegaMan_finished():
if anim == "lilstep" and direction <> 0:
    anim = "run"

The above code gives me the following error:

error(71,38): Error parsing expression, misplaced: '>'

I'm not too familiar with the inner workings with GDscript or Python yet. Is there another expression to tell if my direction value is different from 0?

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Figured it out. I needed to use != instead of <>. Curse me for going with Clickteam Fusion for all this time. XD

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Using != works reliably for strings or integer values.

It does not work reliably for floating point values. In that case you could use something like: if abs(float1-float2)<0.0001:

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