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  • How do I stop a script with TaskNode?


    Xtra
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    I am trying to stop my script in my node class after it achieves a certain goal or meets a condition.

    For example, when BankNode is called and it checks the bank to see if I have any steel bars left. If yes, smith. If no, stop.

    Thanks

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    6 minutes ago, wettofu said:

    i dont know if this works but i remember yeeter said that you could also use System.exit(1);

    Thanks, that closes the client which is kinda half what I'm looking for, definitely better than just sitting there with the script running :)

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    15 minutes ago, Pseudo said:

    Your main script class has a method called 'stop()' which, you guessed it, stops the script.

    You can do this with TaskNode? It says it's an AbstractScript Runnable method

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    2 minutes ago, Xtra said:

    You can do this with TaskNode? It says it's an AbstractScript Runnable method

    Oh no idea, I don't tend to use the TaskNode system, I tend to use my own framework. Failing that, I believe returning -1 in your scripts cycle will terminate.

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    3 minutes ago, Pseudo said:

    Oh no idea, I don't tend to use the TaskNode system, I tend to use my own framework. Failing that, I believe returning -1 in your scripts cycle will terminate.

    Cool that's just what I was looking for thanks. Works just how I wanted!

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    That's a neat solution - another thing that doesn't seem to work in TaskNode is getRandomManager() - any suggestions?

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    On 6/17/2020 at 12:11 AM, Aeglen said:

    That's a neat solution - another thing that doesn't seem to work in TaskNode is getRandomManager() - any suggestions?

    Does it not inherit it from AbstractScript?

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