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[1.7.10] [Solved] Using Minecraft's Timer Class.


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I'm wondering how to use Minecraft's Timer class. I want an int to go down every second, but I don't know how to do that. I know to do this I need Minecraft's Timer class, but I don't know how to use it.

 

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If you are refering to net.minecraft.util.Timer

 

1st of all - it's client only, and no - you DON'T use it. It's internal MC class.

 

If you need something to run every sec you use ServerTickEvent.

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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There is nothing special about a counter. All you need is an int field that you increase (or decrease) each game tick and then check if it made it to a certain value you desire. In Minecraft the tick happens 20 times per second, you need to count up or down to 20.

 

What class do you want this timer in? If it is your own custom entity or something, there may be update methods that are called once per tick and you can put the code in there. Otherwise, like Ernio suggests, you can use a tick event like ServerTickEvent.

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I'm using a TileEntity. Does updateEntity() get called every tick?

 

Yes.

 

And if you'd looked at the Furnace you'd know that.

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