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  • getbank.widthdraw


    veeniqqa
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    Im using the following code to withdraw tunas. 

    if(getBank().contains(food) && !getInventory().contains(food)){
                    getBank().withdraw("Tuna", 15);
                    sleepUntil(() -> getInventory().count(foodString) == 15 Calculations.random(42000,523000));
                    counter = 0;
                }
    

    And it just stops the script, not sure what im doing wrong?

     

    Edit: fixed turns out my variables weren't setting correctly.

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    Is that sleepUntil correct? cuz that wouldn't even compile

    Yeah should do?  gonna test with different sleep then

     

    Edit: Not the sleep

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    You seem to be missing a comma in your sleep. The correct sleepUntil() syntax is:

    sleepUntil(() condition, sleepLength);
    

    You forgot the comma between the condition and the length in your example

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    Okay thats just a copy and paste error.

    Another thing I noticed is that you check if the bank contains whatever is in the "food" variable, you withdraw "Tuna" and you sleepUntil inventory contains "foodstring" - does all those variables match up to "Tuna"?

     

    I'd suggest using the same variable throughout the entire process, to avoid situations where a variable is set wrong.

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    Another thing I noticed is that you check if the bank contains whatever is in the "food" variable, you withdraw "Tuna" and you sleepUntil inventory contains "foodstring" - does all those variables match up to "Tuna"?

     

    I'd suggest using the same variable throughout the entire process, to avoid situations where a variable is set wrong.

    That was my first thought, the condition was false so it was sleeping that enormous timeout period

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    If you still can't figure it out try running dreambot through cmd to see if it can tell you where the error is.

     

    Start > Run > cmd

     

    java -jar C:/Users/%username%/DreamBot/BotData/client.jar

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