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I don't know, what's the method signature?

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1 hour ago, samjviana said:

 
Call func_235838_a_  passing a lambda expression that returns the light level. Like this:


.func_235838_a_((lightLevel) -> 10)

Where 10 is the light level you expect it to have.

FYI, the parameter you've named "lightLevel" there is badly named. That's a parameter in and is most likely a BlockState

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30 minutes ago, Draco18s said:

FYI, the parameter you've named "lightLevel" there is badly named. That's a parameter in and is most likely a BlockState

I know that the function should receive ToIntFunction<BlockState>, i just named the parameter as "lightLevel" because the number returned is the light level that the block will have. And i couldn't think in a better/proper way to name it. But thanks, btw what would you recommend then?

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42 minutes ago, samjviana said:

i just named the parameter as "lightLevel" because the number returned is the light level that the block will have

But that's not what that means.

What you just said is equivalent to this:

int anonymousFunction(BlockState lightLevelToReturn) {
    return 10;
}

Notice how the thing named "light level" is not, in fact, the light level?

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1 hour ago, Draco18s said:

But that's not what that means.

What you just said is equivalent to this:


int anonymousFunction(BlockState lightLevelToReturn) {
    return 10;
}

Notice how the thing named "light level" is not, in fact, the light level?

🤔🤔 Ooh, you're right. So to get the light level first the BlockState is passed as parameters. Now i get it, didn't realize that.
I haven't gotten used to lamba expressions yet

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