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Solved Check lore

Discussion in 'Skript' started by NewbyZ, Aug 19, 2017.

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  1. NewbyZ

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    How can I detect the line in which the lore contains a text?

    Example lore:
    1º line: Test
    2º line: Hello
    3º line: Test

    Any way to detect that "Hello" is on the second line?

     
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    Post #5 by ShaneBee, Aug 20, 2017
  3. ShaneBee

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    command /giveitem:
    trigger:
    give player a diamond hoe named "test" with lore "test||hallo"

    command /lore:
    trigger:
    set {_lore} to lore of player's tool
    set {_lore::*} to split {_lore} by "||"
    if {_lore::2} is "hallo":
    send "&aSucces"
     
  4. ShaneBee

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    Code (Skript):
    1. If the 2nd line of the lore of the player's tool is "lore here":
    I believe this would work if memory serves, not at home to test
     
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  5. ShaneBee

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    What I look for is to know in which line is x text, not knowing if in x line is x text.
     
  6. ShaneBee

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    So, you have two items:

    The first one has the following lore:
    Code (Text):
    1. Hi
    2. how are you
    3. today
    The second one has the following:
    Code (Text):
    1. Hi
    2. today
    3. how are you
    And you want to know in which line "today" is, right?

    So, after executing the code, the first item would return that today is on line 3, and the second one, that it's on line 2.
    ...Correct? Is that what you want?

    You can split code using the following syntax:
    Code (Skript):
    1. set %variable% to %text% split at %text%
    For example,
    Code (Skript):
    1. set {_split::*} to "lore line 1||lore line 2||lore line 3" split at "||"
    I'm not sure how this works if the delimiter is present more than once.
    If it's consistent, it will create {_split::1} with the text "lore line 1", {_split::2} with the text "lore line 2", and {_split::3} with the text "lore line 3".

    Assuming it works this way, as i have no clue if it's the case (can't access a mc server with Skript right now), the code would be as it follows:

    Code (Skript):
    1. #{_item} contains the item whose lore you want to check
    2. set {_split::*} to lore of {_item} split at "||"
    3. set {_found} to false
    4. loop {_split::*}:
    5.     "%loop-value%" contains "today"
    6.     set {_found} to "%loop-index%"
    7.     stop loop
    8. {_found} is false:
    9.     message "The string 'today' was not found on the item's lore."
    10.     stop
    11. message "The text 'today' was found on the line %{_found}%"
     
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  7. ShaneBee

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    Nice! Thanks :emoji_grinning:
     
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