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¿Cómo puedo aprender a codificar para hacer mods? Llevo días preguntandome como poder hacerlo, aunque existan opciones faciles como mcreator. No me convence, puesto que quitaron los modelos .java del geckolib en blockbench y decidí buscar cursos de java, pero no sé que especificamente por donde empezar o si quiera si me servirán.

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On the Forge discord, the following appears as a trick:

Official documentation: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/

Absolute basics with an interactive editor: https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-java

Ongoing online course with assignments: https://java-programming.mooc.fi/

 

As a side note, the language on the forums should be English and that you will not receive support until you have a proper grasp of Java. Good luck, and I hope you come to ask more questions once you have spent a good amount of time learning and practicing the language.

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