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[1.15.2] [SOLVED] How do you use clearMatchingItems?


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(I'm used to coding with other languages but Java is kind of new for me) I'm trying to create a totem of undying-ish item that gets used upon death. Everything is working, except I can't remove the item using clearMatchingItems. On the docs (https://skmedix.github.io/ForgeJavaDocs/javadoc/forge/1.9.4- it says that the method needs an item, a metadata, and an int, but in my IDE (Eclipse) it says I need a predicate <itemstack> instead of an item (maybe the docs I'm looking at are outdated). My question is, how am I supposed to use predicate with Itemstack, and if I need a metadata how I would use it?

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3 hours ago, ketchup_god said:

how am I supposed to use predicate with Itemstack, and if I need a metadata how I would use it?

Metadata is old you are looking at outdated docs. A predicate is just an interface with one function you can use a lambda for it. The predicate is supposed to determine if the ItemStack passed as a parameter matches the item you want to remove.


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