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I am using piece of deobfuscated minecraft mod,

can someone tell me what is this :   " switch (1.\$SwitchMap\$net\$minecraft\$util\$EnumFacing[facing.ordinal()]) "

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Looks like a reference to EnumFacing.

My guess at (regular, readable) Java for that whole line would be:

`switch(EnumFacing.VALUES[facing.ordinal()]) { ... }`

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Thanks but i here's my whole class: (i have problem with "case"

```package jayden.mod.util;

import jayden.mod.util.Bounds;

import net.minecraft.util.EnumFacing;
import net.minecraft.util.math.AxisAlignedBB;

public class CollisionHelper {

public CollisionHelper() {}

public static AxisAlignedBB getBlockBounds(EnumFacing facing, double x1, double y1, double z1, double x2, double y2, double z2) {
double[] bounds = fixRotation(facing, x1, z1, x2, z2);
return new AxisAlignedBB(bounds[0], y1, bounds[1], bounds[2], y2, bounds[3]);
}

public static AxisAlignedBB getBlockBounds(EnumFacing facing, Bounds bounds, double x1, double y1, double z1, double x2, double y2, double z2)
{
double[] fixedBounds = fixRotation(facing, x1, z1, x2, z2);
return new AxisAlignedBB(fixedBounds[0], y1, fixedBounds[1], fixedBounds[2], y2, fixedBounds[3]);
}

private static double[] fixRotation(EnumFacing facing, double var1, double var2, double var3, double var4)
{
switch (EnumFacing.VALUES[facing.ordinal()])
{
case 1:
double var_temp_1 = var1;
var1 = 1.0D - var3;
double var_temp_2 = var2;
var2 = 1.0D - var4;
var3 = 1.0D - var_temp_1;
var4 = 1.0D - var_temp_2;
break;
case 2:
double var_temp_3 = var1;
var1 = var2;
var2 = 1.0D - var3;
var3 = var4;
var4 = 1.0D - var_temp_3;
break;
case 3:
double var_temp_4 = var1;
var1 = 1.0D - var4;
double var_temp_5 = var2;
var2 = var_temp_4;
double var_temp_6 = var3;
var3 = 1.0D - var_temp_5;
var4 = var_temp_6;
break;
}

return new double[] { var1, var2, var3, var4 };
}
}
```

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Edited by Anonomys

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I need help with this too

What is this:

```public IBlockState getStateFromMeta(int meta)
{
return getDefaultState().withProperty(FACING, EnumFacing.byHorizontalIndex(meta));
}```

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43 minutes ago, Anonomys said:

What is this:

The IBlockState is saved as an integer 0-15 on disk. It is called metadata(meta for short). The return value returns an IBlockState with the property FACING with the EnumFacing value determined by the meta interpreted as the horizontal index.

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3 hours ago, Animefan8888 said:

The IBlockState is saved as an integer 0-15 on disk. It is called metadata(meta for short). The return value returns an IBlockState with the property FACING with the EnumFacing value determined by the meta interpreted as the horizontal index.

can you just type me code? what do i type?

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1. No, this forum does not just "type you code".
2. You haven't actually stated what you're trying to achieve, so how could anyone possibly tell you what to type?
3. Why can't you just refer to the original source code?  Do you have permission to republish this deobf'd code?

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