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GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(ModItems.Riptide), new ItemStack(ModItems.Riptide = OreDicitionary.WILDCARD_VALUE), new ItemStack(ModItems.anklamolses));

 

this is my recipe that I added your string to earlier, is this how I should do it ? Im guessing not because I gt an error saying that OreDicitionary is not resolved as a variable. what should I do?

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new ItemStack(ModItems.Riptide = OreDicitionary.WILDCARD_VALUE)

You have no idea WTF you're doing, do you.

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I get the sense that you're getting into modding in order to learn how to code, and I think that's wonderful, but the forums here are very much not a Java school so I suggest you look elsewhere for those kinds of tips.

 

To answer your question by adding to what's already been said: there is a way to define an ItemStack to have a particular item, a particular size, and a particular metadata value. If you set the metadata value of an ItemStack to OreDictionary.WILDCARD_VALUE (which is actually equal to INT_MAX, behind the scenes), the ItemStack when used to define a recipe will produce a recipe ignore the damage value of the item.

 

ItemStack someItemStack = new ItemStack(yourItem, quantity, metadata)

 

Except the above code isn't copy-paste ready: you will want to pass the OreDictionary.WILDCARD_VALUE as the metadata of the item.

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Boonie, just as a tip for you to learn: I enjoyed ScratchForFun and MrCrayFishs' tutorials on forge modding to help me understand programming and mod making better. I'm sure they could teach you some things to help you on your journey. :P

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