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    Cardozz
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    Hi there,

     

    So to make a long story short: my state framework is checking what state it's in after it's clicked a tile on the minimap using the getWalking().walk(Tile tile) method. Is this usual or am I doing something wrong?

     

    Thanks in advance :)

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    Hi there,

     

    So to make a long story short: my state framework is checking what state it's in after it's clicked a tile on the minimap using the getWalking().walk(Tile tile) method. Is this usual or am I doing something wrong?

     

    Thanks in advance :)

    If you have some method like this:

    public void doThing() {
      if (getInventory().contains("stuff") {
        state = 1;
      }
    
      if (getInventory().contains("other stuff") {
        log("other stuff");
      }
    
    }
    

    The method will still execute after the assignment to state. So it keeps going past the first if statement. To fix this, add a return; after your state assignment if your method has other things going on after it.

     

    PS: Posting a snippet on pastebin/in code tags will help the most for us to help you.

    Edited by Dreamlicker
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    nahh I don't have that! add me on Skype ill give you a pastebin bro :)

    Edited by Cardozz
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    You could also add a break after each state:

     

    state = getState()

    switch(state) {

    case1:

    //actions

    break;

    case2:

    //actions

    break;

     

    etc.

    }

    return Calculations.random(700,900); //on loop return after states block

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