Checking the type of a collider returned from a raycast

Godot Version

v4.2.1.stable.mono.official [b09f793f5]

Question

I have this script, which performs a raycast:

        PhysicsRayQueryParameters3D query = PhysicsRayQueryParameters3D.Create(shooter.GlobalPosition, shooter.GlobalPosition + (direction * distance), 1);
        var spaceState = GetWorld3D().DirectSpaceState;
        var result = spaceState.IntersectRay(query);

        if (result.Count > 0)
        {
            
            CharacterStatus cs = ((Node3D)result["collider"]).GetNodeOrNull<CharacterStatus>("%CharacterStatus");
            if (IsInstanceValid(cs))
            {
                shooter.wm.OnWeaponHit(cs);
            }
        }

If the raycast hits something, I want to check if it is a characterbody and if it is in the “Player” group. How can I do that?

if result[collider] = CharacterBody3D and\
get_tree().get_nodes_in_group("Player").find(result[collider]) != -1:
     some_function()

should work. I haven’t tested it. The backslash is important. You can see more here.

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It gives me the error “'‘CharacterBody3D’ is a type, which is not valid in this context” .

I’m working in C#, so it might be different than GDscript.

I don’t know c#, sorry. Some of the links might be helpful though.

I managed to find a way to check if it’s in the group using

if (!GetTree().GetNodesInGroup("Player").Contains((Node)result["collider"]))

Can’t find a way to check the collider type, but I can work around it with groups, so it’s not that bad. Still would be nice to know how to check it.

result is a dictionary, which can be searched for the colliding body. In my earlier post, I used 1 equals, where I should have used the word ‘is’. This might help a little, if you can convert to C#.

In GDScript it might be:

if is_instance_of(result[collider], CharacterBody3D):
     function()