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if arg<1: not working

Discussion in 'Skript' started by entwickeln, May 23, 2022.

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  1. entwickeln

    entwickeln Member

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    Hello friends, i tried to make a skript that allows you to make /money (NUMBER
    and it's add you the number that you wrote, this is working perfectly BUT i want to make when someone types
    /money 232 2321 21312 is has to send a message
    I tried using
    if arg >1:
    message "hbsfb" to player
    but It's not working..
    Do i have to work with "is greater than" or something like this?

    pls help
    --- Double Post Merged, May 23, 2022, Original Post Date: May 23, 2022 ---
    The error is: When i type "/money 2 23123 2 3"
    It comes the message from Skript "Corrext usage: /money [<integer>]
    But my message comes when im using the skript normally
     
  2. Mich

    Mich Active Member

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    The med
    the message correct usage pops up because the command you made only have 1 argument if you want to do a custom message do this instead
    Code (Text):
    1. Command /money [<integer>]:
    2.     Trigger:
    3.         If arg 1 is set:
    4.             #code
    5.         Else:
    6.             Message "custom message"
     
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