Core represents your ability to identify and interact directly with the running kOS processor. You can use it to access the parent vessel, or to perform operations on the processor’s part. You obtain a CORE structure by using the bound variable
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COREobjects are a type of
The kOS nametag on the part this CPU runs on
Type: VesselTarget Access: Get only
The vessel containing the current processor.
Type: Element Access: Get only
The element object containing the current processor.
The kOS name tag currently assigned to the part this core is inside. This is the same thing as Core:part:tag.
Access: Get only
The currently selected volume for the current processor. This may be useful to prevent deleting files on the Archive, or for interacting with multiple local hard disks.