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  • Ernest the Chicken code - Seeking critique


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    Yo all

    I'm new to DreamBot. Here's a link to a part of my script which does the Ernest the Chicken quest. I'm keen to hear the critique of you more experienced scripters, if you feel like giving your 2c. I want to make my code as reliable and maintainable as possible.



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    At a quick glance I noticed a few things.

    What happens during the quest if the user does not have inventory space to pick up the items needed? Will it spam click ground items forever if my inventory is full?

    Also there's a few interactions that aren't null checked such as picking up the spade. What happens if someone else has picked up the spade and it doesn't exist?

    Overall looks alright - bit hard to follow. However Earnest the chicken is one of the older quests in OSRS so doesn't have many player configs that change throughout the quest. As you start writing other quests you notice that they have many config changes and you can better write the script into more readable chunks based on where you are in the quest state

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