ByteArrayData

Importing the class

It might be required for you to import the package if you encounter any issues (like casting an Array), so better be safe than sorry and add the import at the very top of the file.

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import crafttweaker.api.data.ByteArrayData;

Implemented Interfaces

ByteArrayData implements the following interfaces. That means all methods defined in these interfaces are also available in ByteArrayData

Constructors

No Description Provided

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new ByteArrayData(internal as byte[]) as ByteArrayData
ParameterTypeDescription
internalbyte[]No Description Provided

Casters

Result typeIs Implicit
ICollectionDatafalse
INumberDatafalse

Methods

asCollection

Return Type: ICollectionData

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// ByteArrayData.asCollection() as ICollectionData

[4, 1, 2].asCollection();
asMap

Gets a Map<String, IData> representation of this IData, returns null on anything but MapData.

Returns: null if this IData is not a map.
Return Type: IData[string]

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// ByteArrayData.asMap() as IData[string]

[4, 1, 2].asMap();
asNumber

Return Type: INumberData

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// ByteArrayData.asNumber() as INumberData

[4, 1, 2].asNumber();
contains

Checks if this IData contains another IData, mainly used in subclasses of ICollectionData, is the same as an equals check on other IData types

Returns: true if the given IData is contained in this IData
Return Type: boolean

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// ByteArrayData.contains(data as IData) as boolean

[4, 1, 2].contains("Display");
ParameterTypeDescription
dataIDatadata to check if it is contained
getId

Gets the ID of the internal NBT tag.

Used to determine what NBT type is stored (in a list for example)

Returns: ID of the NBT tag that this data represents.
Return Type: byte

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// ByteArrayData.getId() as byte

[4, 1, 2].getId();
getString

Gets the String representation of the internal INBT tag

Returns: String that represents the internal INBT of this IData.
Return Type: string

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// ByteArrayData.getString() as string

[4, 1, 2].getString();