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[1.10.2][SOLVED] Getting a Block Property by property name


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How would I get a property on a block that I know is going to be there, aka the AGE property. I've noticed anything with BlockCrops uses min 0 max 7 but things like nether wart, and beets are min 0 max 3.

 

What I'd like to do is check to see if a block has the AGE property, then get the current value, and max value. and compare the two

 

If(currentAge == maxAge)

 

I'm modding in professions so if the player is a farmer/lumberjack you will get more drops per harvest-able block broken. I need the age so players won't be able to exploit farming materials where the item is the seed (Potato, Carrot, N-Wart, etc) by just planting and breaking it at AGE 0 and getting more (so checking to see if it's a BlockCrop or BlockBush is not enough)

 

currently I have

int age = e.getState().getValue(BlockCrops.AGE).intValue();
int maxAge = e.getState().getValue(BlockCrops.AGE).MAX_VALUE;

 

Less of course that will work for any block that decided to register a Property with the name of "age"

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This is how I handled getting the property with the name "age", along with its max and current value:

 

Iterator<IProperty<?>> props = state.getPropertyNames().iterator();
while(props.hasNext()) {
IProperty<?> p = props.next();
//lower case just to insure we're matching
if(p instanceof PropertyInteger && p.getName().toLowerCase().equals("age")) {
	PropertyInteger ageProp = (PropertyInteger)p;
	//do whatever:
	int maxAge = (Integer) ageProp.getAllowedValues().toArray()[ageProp.getAllowedValues().size()-1];
	int currAge = state.getValue(ageProp);
}
}

 

And if there are any improvements, I would be interested.

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Thanks you two, and Dracos a special thank you I was trying to figure out how to get the bloody MAXAGE value,

 

I had this before your posted (and was about to post asking how the heck) age = e.getState().getValue(ageProp).MAX_VALUE; which naturally gave me the largest number an Integer can hold, definitely not the Max I was looking for

 

I'm also curious since my code once I finished it looks almost identical to yours, except for how we use the loop

 

I used:

					int age = -1;
				int maxAge = -1;
				for (IProperty<?> p : e.getState().getPropertyNames())
				{
					if (p.getName().toLowerCase() == "age")
					{
						if (p instanceof PropertyInteger)
						{
							PropertyInteger ageProp = (PropertyInteger) p;
							age = e.getState().getValue(ageProp).intValue();
							maxAge = ageProp.getAllowedValues().size() - 1;
						}
					}
				}

 

Is your way of looping faster? or more or less the same (Iterator with While, mine is foreach). Thinking about it, when I find that info I need to "break;" out of my loop, no point in looking any deeper if I found what I want.

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if (p.getName().toLowerCase() == "age")

 

You can't compare strings this way.

Well you can but its not going to work.

 

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/513832/how-do-i-compare-strings-in-java

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