Tests the enabled/disabled state of a Group in memory.


SILVIA is able to dynamically enable and disable Groups of Behaviors. This function returns a boolean true/false value as the result of a test to determine if a particular Group is indeed enabled or disabled in memory. Note that if the Group does not exist, a “false” value is returned by default.

Example Usage (C#)

//Checking to see if the “browsing” Behavior Group is enabled.
bool enabled = _core.ApiMem().GroupIsEnabled(“browsing”);


string group The string containing the name of the Behavior Group to test.


The boolean result of the operation, determining whether the specified Group is enabled. If the group doesn’t exist, this will return null.

See Also

  • ApiMem().GroupEnable
  • ApiMem().GroupEnableOnly
  • ApiMem().GroupDisable