From JC2-MP Documentation
|Description||Returns a copy of the object.|
In depth description
Many types, such as tables and the JC2-MP API classes, are copied by reference (a = b). This function allows you to copy by value instead. A common use is performing a deep-copy on a large table.
Any type that can be marshalled can be used. That is, anything that Network:Send and Events:Fire can pass along will work. Numbers, Vectors, tables, and so on. See here for the list. Copying Players or Worlds or the like will not actually copy them; this function is not very useful for those types.
If you have a Color color1 and you want to copy it into color2, simply doing color2 = color1 will make color2 a reference to color1. If you do color2.r = 123, it will change color1, too, which may not be what you want.
You could manually recreate the Color, but it is annoying:
color1 = Color(255, 0, 0, 128) color2 = Color(color1.r, color1.g, color1.b, color1.a)
This is where Copy comes in:
color1 = Color(255, 0, 0, 128) color2 = Copy(color1)