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[1.8] How to get the current Tick and partial tick count?


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Well, I meant any Tick. Didn't know that there were different ones, but that what you mentioned sounds good. Thank you!

 

totalWorldTime

is the "number of ticks the world has been active in memory" (I don't believe that unloaded dimensions will see this number increase; e.g. mod-added dims, as the nether and end always have some portions loaded). 

worldTime

on the other hand is closer to a "current date."  It doesn't tick when

DaylightCycle

is false and is incremented to sunrise when the player sleeps.

 

Use them well (and don't use

setWorldTime()

unless you have a damn good reason to).

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