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I'm new to forge modding (but decent at Java) and am following this tutorial to learn the basics (ie. adding blocks/items/gui). 

For some reason, many of the methods he uses have completely different (and odd) names with my 1.16.3 setup. For instance, where he wrote: 

  public void read(BlockState state, CompoundNBT tag) {
  counter = tag.getInt("counter");
  super.read(state, tag);

Through deduction and guessing based on inputs/returns of suggested functions (thx Intellij) I wrote:

public void func_230337_a_(BlockState p_230337_1_, CompoundNBT tag) {
    CompoundNBT invTag = tag.getCompound("inv");
    handler.ifPresent(h -> ((INBTSerializable<CompoundNBT>)h).deserializeNBT(invTag));
    super.func_230337_a_(p_230337_1_, tag);


It worked that time, but the further I go the harder it gets to guess all the names. Is it a version issue (1.14-1.16)? Or if it is a deliberate change Forge made is there a table somewhere to look up the equivalent names? Thanks in advance. 

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Of course, right after I post this I find that these are obfuscated names of course, and that this site can serve as a key. Feeling like, well, a little bit of a potato rn. I do wonder how he de-obfuscated his names in Intellij though, that'd make it much more convenient.

Oh well, I'll leave this up in case anyone needs it I guess, or if I'm making another blunder. Live and learn, I guess.


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Those function names are called SRG names. They're the semi-reliable automated decompilation names (instead of a.a() you get Block.func_12345_c()). It is then up to the community to figure out what that function does and supply a human-readable name.

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