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[1.7.2]How to get Block from world using coordinates?


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Hello!

I need to compare my block with block, which is at x,y,z

I used this in 1.6.4:

if(worldObj.getBlockId(posX, posY, posZ) != MyMod.MyBlock)

 

but in 1.7 I can't get id of my block

I couldn't find function in World.java what takes coords and returns Block

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From the list Draco linked above:

func_149682_b(Block) - returns the ID of Block

So you can use this:

if(world.func_147439_a(int x, int y, int z) != Block.func_149682_b(Blocks.coal_ore))

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If he uses this he wuill get an error,

The method returns a block not an ID, you don't have to get the iD.

 

ID are no more used  in 1.7.2, they are here just as index in the arrays. The game never calls a Block using his ID anywhere, you directly call the Block itself.

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