Would .Touched event cause performance issues

I am currently making a script with the .Touched event, and I was wondering if 1. the event would still keep activating if it never stops touching something, 2. if so, would I be able to somehow ignore something, and 3. is it a worse idea to just keep exiting the function or just have no exit to the function and therefore not activating it again

  1. Yes. 2. You could use a debounce/ if statement equivalent to prevent .Touched function from fully executing if a certain part triggers the event or triggers it too quickly. 3. Not sure what you mean.

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