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  1. WTF, right ?! Yeah, I bet your first reaction for this title was the same as my when I saw this number I found this diamond while browsing HDK examples and I would really, REALLY, like to know how I could ever, EVER, possibly figure it out on my own. Basically, you bind selector to operator and this => "0x000000ff" <= is the 8 argument that you pass to "bindSelector()" method as prim/point mask selection. Q1: Is there anyone that could explain me what it means and where I could find more info about it ?. Q2: Are there any other magic numbers that I should be aware of ? Cheers PS. I found it in this example http://www.sidefx.co..._c-example.html
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