MCWeightedItemStack

Link to mcweighteditemstack

ItemStack は、通常レシピ出力に使用されます。

WeightedStack を作成するために使用されたスタックが変更可能であれば、サイズ設定者は元のスタックも変更します!

Importing the class

Link to 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.item.MCWeightedItemStack;

Implemented Interfaces

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

Manually creates the weightedItemStack. <br /> Usually you can use the operator or .weight(weight) method of IItemStack, though

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new MCWeightedItemStack(itemStack as IItemStack, weight as double) as MCWeightedItemStack
new MCWeightedItemStack(<item:minecraft:bedrock>, 0.5D);
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
itemStack
Type
IItemStack
Description
スタック
Parameter
weight
Type
double
Description
0 (0%)から1 (100%)の間のチャンス

Name: weight

Creates a new Weighted Stack with the given weight

Returns: A new WeightedItemStack
Return Type: MCWeightedItemStack

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// MCWeightedItemStack.weight(newWeight as double) as MCWeightedItemStack

<item:minecraft:bedrock>.weight(0.5D).weight(0.75D);
ParameterTypeDescription
Parameter
新しい重量
Type
double
Description
割合

Name: MOD

Creates a new Weighted Stack with the given percentage

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myMCWeightedItemStack % newWeight as int
<item:minecraft:bedrock>.weight(0.5D) % 75

Name: MUL

Sets the itemStack's amount. <br /> <br /> If the original Stack was mutable, also mutates the original stack's size.

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myMCWeightedItemStack * newAmount as int
<item:minecraft:bedrock>.weight(0.5D) * 5
名称TypeHas GetterHas SetterDescription
名称
stack
Type
IItemStack
Has Getter
true
Has Setter
false
Description
Gets the original (unweighted) stack
名称
weight
Type
double
Has Getter
true
Has Setter
false
Description
Gets the weight (usually between 0 and 1)