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    Using Java8

     

    say I wanted to deposit everything except a Bronze pickaxe, I'd use

     

    getBank().depositAllExcept(items -> items.getName().equals("Bronze pickaxe"));

     

    What do I do if I want to deposit everything except a Bronze pickaxe, 500 coins and Varrock teleport tab using similar code?

     

     

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    Using Java8

     

    say I wanted to deposit everything except a Bronze pickaxe, I'd use

     

    getBank().depositAllExcept(items -> items.getName().equals("Bronze pickaxe"));

     

    What do I do if I want to deposit everything except a Bronze pickaxe, 500 coins and Varrock teleport tab using similar code?

     

     

    If it's just a couple things, you can do:

    getBank().depositAllExcept(i -> i.getName().equals("Bronze pickaxe") || i.getName().equals("Coins"));
    

    Otherwise you can have a list of names, and do:

    getBank().depositAllExcept(i -> list.contains(i.getName()));
    
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    If it's just a couple things, you can do:

    getBank().depositAllExcept(i -> i.getName().equals("Bronze pickaxe") || i.getName().equals("Coins"));
    

    Otherwise you can have a list of names, and do:

    getBank().depositAllExcept(i -> list.contains(i.getName()));
    

     

    I think the second one is what I'm looking for, how do I create a list of items currently in my inventory at the beginning of the script? Thanks

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    I think the second one is what I'm looking for, how do I create a list of items currently in my inventory at the beginning of the script? Thanks

    ArrayList<Item> invItems = new ArrayList<>(getInventory().all());
    
    That will work but you need to call that when you need to check. If you just call at the beginning of the script it will only get the items that exist in the inventory at the beginning of the script
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    ArrayList<Item> invItems = new ArrayList<>(getInventory().all());
    
    That will work but you need to call that when you need to check. If you just call at the beginning of the script it will only get the items that exist in the inventory at the beginning of the script

     

    Why construct it as an arraylist when #all returns a list? unless there is some reason why you need an arraylist over a list

     

    xd

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    Why construct it as an arraylist when #all returns a list? unless there is some reason why you need an arraylist over a list

     

    xd

    ArrayList rules!

     

    Just got used to do it tbh

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