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Send command to server (client side 1.18.2)


Norbiros
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Hi!
I want to execute command from client side to server. I found on internet, that this code works:

Minecraft.getInstance().player.sendChatMessage("/login pass");

But I get error "cannot find symbol" (at sendChatMessage method). I can't find code examples that works in this version.
Can someone tell me, which method I should use now?

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? What "why"? Compiling this code, gives me error, and I want to fix it...
Why I want to create this mod? I want to make auto reply mod (other users run /msg "Where are u?" and mod automaticity replies with my cords..)

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It was just example from internet, but i want to create this cord system... I didn't know about cracked clients and your policy, but i want to create this mod for auto reply system 😕

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Okay, so you are talking about this?
 

if (n == 257 || n == 335) {
  String string = this.input.getValue().trim();
  if (!string.isEmpty()) {
    this.sendMessage(string);
  }
  this.minecraft.setScreen(null);
  return true;
}

If yes, this `sendMessage` refers to:
 

this.minecraft.player.chat(string);

It is this function, that I need to use in my code?

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