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Solved Can't compare 'player's exp level' with an integer

Discussion in 'Skript' started by HypeForMe, Sep 19, 2019.

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  1. HypeForMe

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    Hello, I am having a problem with skript.

    Code (Text):
    1. on click:
    2.     if the 4th line of the lore of the player's tool is "&8Level 3":
    3.         if player's level is lower or equal to 2:
    4.             damage player by 5 hearts
    5.             send "&c&lYou are not high enough level to use this item." to the player
    That is the skript I am trying to run, but it gives me this error when I try to run it.

    Code (Text):
    1. Can't compare 'player's exp level' with an integer (level.sk, line 3: if player's exp level is less than or equal to 1:')
    Could it be my skript version?
     
  2. Poons

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    try using "player's xp"
    Code (Text):
    1. on click:
    2.     if player's xp > 1:
    3.         send "hi"
     
  3. HypeForMe

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    After doing some digging on the internet I have found that I can not use "lower or equal to" I have to use "greater or equal to" with an "else" statement to tell skript that I am looking for a lower number
     
  4. ShaneBee

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    its because lower isn't a syntax, but you can use lesser or smaller
    see the docs
    Comparison
     
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