kandi X-RAY | eXPra Summary
kandi X-RAY | eXPra Summary
eXPra allows players to be rewarded experience orbs ("XP") for other tasks than just killing monsters. Currently, players are only rewarded XP from slain enemies (and other players). By contrast, with eXPra, players will earn XP through various activities other than killing ranging from building houses to fishing to exploring untouched areas and everything in between.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handles a player interaction event
- Sends a message to a player
- Title case
- Has permission
- Initializes the plugin
- Load configuration
- Cast collection to a List
- Handles an entity destruction
- Returns the level expbo combo for a player
- Gets the physical XPath for a level
- Handles a playerrespawn event
- Set the XPDisplay
- Handles a command
- Retrieves an int from a string
- Handles a BlockPlace event
- Processes the experience for a player
- Handles a game event
- Handles a block break
- Parse a float
- Returns random player from world
- Convert an exp expression to an XPath expression
eXPra Key Features
eXPra Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on eXPra
Using Trim and InStr, I have written an MS Access query to extract data from a field. The query works as designed to extract the desired data, however I receive a
#FUNC! error when the field I am extracting from is blank.
I have attempted nz and an IIF statement - neither worked.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-30 at 13:42
You can check if
It seems that there are two ways to define a sealed class, which one is corret between Code A and CodeB ?
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-12 at 02:59
I can't say I've personally used the first way to write a sealed class so I'm not sure if that is syntactically correct. If it is, it would really be a preference of code style. From a maintenance perspective, I would personally prefer the second because it is easier to read and ensure what is encapsulated in that sealed class.
I am using Fakevim in Qt Creator 4.5.0. One of my most frequently used commands in normal vim is :%s/exprA/exprB/gc . However, in Fakevim, this works just like :%s/exprA/exprB/g - it replaces everything, and doesn't let me scan through and choose which replaces to carry out.
I Googled this topic, and couldn't find a similar bug report, or setting that I need to change in Qt Creator. Am I missing something?...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-14 at 07:24
Unfortunately, FakeVim doesn't support
c substitution flag. It ignores any unrecognized flag. That's why in FakeVim
:%s/exprA/exprB/gc works same as
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use eXPra like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the eXPra component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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