StatePropertiesPredicate

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Represents a predicate for a MCBlock or MCFluid state properties.

This predicate can check an arbitrary amount of properties either for an exact match or a value that is within the range of allowed values. The predicate is not able to check for the absence of a state property, and requires all specified properties to be present on the targeted state.

By default, no properties are checked, effectively allowing any block or fluid state.

Importing the class

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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.predicate.StatePropertiesPredicate;

Extending AnyDefaultingVanillaWrappingPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate extends AnyDefaultingVanillaWrappingPredicate. That means all methods available in AnyDefaultingVanillaWrappingPredicate are also available in StatePropertiesPredicate

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Name: withExactProperty

Adds the property name to the list of properties that should be matched, along with a boolean value that should be matched exactly.

If the same property had already been specified, then the previous value is replaced, no matter the resulting type (i.e. replacing an integer with a boolean is allowed).

Returns: This predicate for chaining.
Return Type: StatePropertiesPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate.withExactProperty(name as string, value as boolean) as StatePropertiesPredicate
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
name
Type
string
Description
The name of the property to check.
Parameter
value
Type
boolean
Description
The boolean value the property must have.

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Name: withExactProperty

Adds the property name to the list of properties that should be matched, along with an integer value that should be matched exactly.

If the same property had already been specified, then the previous value is replaced, no matter the resulting type (i.e. replacing a string with an integer is allowed).

Returns: This predicate for chaining.
Return Type: StatePropertiesPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate.withExactProperty(name as string, value as int) as StatePropertiesPredicate
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
name
Type
string
Description
The name of the property to check.
Parameter
value
Type
int
Description
The integer value the property must have.

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Name: withExactProperty

Adds the property name to the list of properties that should be matched, along with a string value that should be matched exactly.

If the same property had already been specified, then the previous value is replaced, no matter the resulting type (i.e. replacing an integer with a string is allowed).

Returns: This predicate for chaining.
Return Type: StatePropertiesPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate.withExactProperty(name as string, value as string) as StatePropertiesPredicate
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
name
Type
string
Description
The name of the property to check.
Parameter
value
Type
string
Description
The string value the property must have.

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Name: withLowerBoundedProperty

Adds the property name to the list of properties that should be matched, along with a lower limit on the integer values the property can assume, set to min.

If the same property had already been specified, then the previous value is replaced, no matter the resulting type (i.e. replacing a string with an integer is allowed).

Returns: This predicate for chaining.
Return Type: StatePropertiesPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate.withLowerBoundedProperty(name as string, min as int) as StatePropertiesPredicate
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
name
Type
string
Description
The name of the property to check.
Parameter
min
Type
int
Description
The minimum integer value the property must have.

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Name: withRangedProperty

Adds the property name to the list of properties that should be matched, along with a range that goes from min to max in which the integer value should be.

If the same property had already been specified, then the previous value is replaced, no matter the resulting type (i.e. replacing a string with an integer is allowed).

Returns: This predicate for chaining.
Return Type: StatePropertiesPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate.withRangedProperty(name as string, min as int, max as int) as StatePropertiesPredicate
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
name
Type
string
Description
The name of the property to check.
Parameter
min
Type
int
Description
The minimum integer value the property must have.
Parameter
max
Type
int
Description
The maximum integer value the property must have.

Link to g--5

Name: withRangedProperty

Adds the property name to the list of properties that should be matched, along with a range that goes from min to max in which the string value should be.

If the same property had already been specified, then the previous value is replaced, no matter the resulting type (i.e. replacing an integer with a string is allowed).

A null value in either min or max is considered as an unbounded limit, effectively making the interval open on one side.

A null value in both min and max is treated as a simple presence check, without caring about the actual value of the property.

Returns: This predicate for chaining.
Return Type: StatePropertiesPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate.withRangedProperty(name as string, min as string?, max as string?) as StatePropertiesPredicate
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
name
Type
string
Description
The name of the property to check.
Parameter
min
Type
string?
Description
The minimum string value the property must have, or null to indicate no minimum value.
Parameter
max
Type
string?
Description
The maximum string value the property must have, or null to indicate no maximum value.

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Name: withUpperBoundedProperty

Adds the property name to the list of properties that should be matched, along with an upper limit on the integer values the property can assume, set to max.

If the same property had already been specified, then the previous value is replaced, no matter the resulting type (i.e. replacing a string with an integer is allowed).

Returns: This predicate for chaining.
Return Type: StatePropertiesPredicate

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StatePropertiesPredicate.withUpperBoundedProperty(name as string, max as int) as StatePropertiesPredicate
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
name
Type
string
Description
The name of the property to check.
Parameter
max
Type
int
Description
The maximum integer value the property must have.