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I have this command then how to toggle.

bind p "noclip"

when I press P, it activate noclip, then when I press P again it will off.

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The bind command allows other console commands to be toggled on and off with one keypress.

To toggle noclip:

bind "p" "noclip"

The quotes are strongly recommended so the command will never fail even if a special character is used. Be sure to turn cheats on first by typing sv_cheats 1 in the console.

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    noclip isn't set with noclip 1 it's set just with noclip, so there is no reason to use BindToggle. just bind p "noclip" will be sufficient to toggle it. I expect it's not working because the guy needs to enable cheats with sv_cheats 1, and obviously it will only work in single player games.
    – NibblyPig
    Commented Sep 14, 2018 at 11:55
  • @SLC That's true. I overlooked that. I'll edit my answer to make the correction.
    – Adam
    Commented Sep 14, 2018 at 13:23
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If you cannot use bindtoggle (bindtoggle p "sv_cheats 0 1"), you can try a "cascading alias" setup. What you do is bind the key to your own alias command:

alias fooAlias "fooAliasEnable"
alias fooAliasEnable "sv_cheats 1; alias fooAlias fooAliasDisable"
alias fooAliasDisable "sv_cheats 0; alias fooAlias fooAliasEnable"
bind p fooAlias

So what happens is the key is bound to a single alias, that alias calls a second alias, and that second alias resets the first alias to a different second alias. This can be extended beyond 2 and so is more general than a simple toggle.

Not actually tested, but check google for more info.

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