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1.16.5 Is there a possibility to get string i.e "FARMLAND" from string? from Block object?


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As in topic, is there any way to get String  like FARMLAND or COBBLESTONE from BLOCK object? 

Here is a class, with static fields. I would appreciate if there would be possibility to get such String like those static fields are named. Currently Im using getDescriptionId() which returns strings like "block.minecraft.farmland" its ok, but if I want to implement support for other types I would need to know those descriptiosn and those are not hmm Human friendly. If I would get string like FARMLAND I could easly nearly copy/paste list from link below and implement it.

https://nekoyue.github.io/ForgeJavaDocs-NG/javadoc/1.16.5/net/minecraft/block/Blocks.html

 

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1 hour ago, LemonekPL said:

As in topic, is there any way to get String  like FARMLAND or COBBLESTONE from BLOCK object? 

Here is a class, with static fields. I would appreciate if there would be possibility to get such String like those static fields are named. Currently Im using getDescriptionId() which returns strings like "block.minecraft.farmland" its ok, but if I want to implement support for other types I would need to know those descriptiosn and those are not hmm Human friendly. If I would get string like FARMLAND I could easly nearly copy/paste list from link below and implement it.

you can get a block form a ResourceLocation, take a look at NBTUtil#readBlockState, do somthing like that

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I made some ugly solution quickly with a help of excel...

 

...
if(inBlock.equals(Blocks.SLIME_BLOCK)) return "SLIME_BLOCK";
if(inBlock.equals(Blocks.SMITHING_TABLE)) return "SMITHING_TABLE";
if(inBlock.equals(Blocks.SMOKER)) return "SMOKER";
if(inBlock.equals(Blocks.SMOOTH_QUARTZ)) return "SMOOTH_QUARTZ";
...


 

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42 minutes ago, LemonekPL said:

I made some ugly solution quickly with a help of excel...

there is a simple solution to this:

public static String getBlockName(Block blockIn) {
	List<Block> registryBlocks = Registry.BLOCK.stream().collect(Collectors.toList());
	for (Block block : registryBlocks) {
		if (block == blockIn) {
			return block.getRegistryName().getPath().toUpperCase();
		}
	}
	return Blocks.AIR.getRegistryName().getPath().toUpperCase();
}

Input: Blocks.ANDESITE_SLAB
Output: ANDESITE_SLAB

 

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3 hours ago, Luis_ST said:

if (block == blockIn) {
  return block.getRegistryName().getPath().toUpperCase();
}

really!?

fuck man, replace that entire function with blockIn.getRegistryName().getPath().toUpperCase();

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