Oh that doesn't look like a typo? Come on man, tired of the p*ssing contests that happen on these forums.
Please watch thenewboston Tutorials, that for loop does absolutely nothing.
for(Player p : Bukkit.getOnlinePlayers())
For some reason it seems like the server isn't registering you as being online. Look into that ;)
Actually, I was saying that the processor can only access the caches and RAM with x bytes per cycle, regardless of the rate of the clock speed......
Funny how people always assume a faster clock speed on the CPU makes a difference. Just so you know, the better processors are going to have the...
Um… ? That is not even remotely correct in regards to the SQL. Read/writing from a SQL is literally the same thing as flat file, however SQL is...
Wow, requesting a copy of my plugin... #CopyingTheCore
And reload it! :P
Also just make sure you have your correct import :P
- and make sure your setting the display name and it's string concatenation.
:eek: A bad boy that knows how to type Integer. in Eclispe!
I figured it was a given that a player's display name could be changed *facepalm*
Probably something to do with "ParseString has a throws declaration" in which you can solve by surrounding with try/catch clause.
int num =...
int num = Integer.parseString(price);
Player.getName() not displayName
Yes because your call to the new object must take a parameter (as that is what your construct takes).
public MyListener ml = new...
Separate names with a comma.