Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by TheGamesHawk2001, Aug 25, 2014.

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  1. Can someone give me some advice on when to use "if". Thankssss
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    What? You should learn Java (and what you want to do) before asking this
  3. rfsantos1996 I kind of know what it does, just do t know what circumstances I would intact use "if"
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    1. if (canCodeJava(you)) {
    2. doSomething();
    3. } else {
    4. learn2Java();
    5. }
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    No. Just no.
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    Unless static, using the "this." prefix makes it look neat. (Y) Time to get hate.
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    I actually never use 'this' to refer to something inside of my class unless something inside my method conflicts with a value in my class.

    I notice people who do, but never anyone who's done it consistently. :p
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    I do it consistently. I configure it to make a warning if it is unqualified (which makes referencing inner classes very messy, lol)
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    "Kinda know what it is" as in "if means if."?
    If you don't know this, then us just telling you were it's used would be useless to you, because you obviously must not understand most of java, and are going to have to take a class in which they tell you this anyhow.

    (Edit: or just study oracle's tutorial. Let's not get into another debate on what's the best way for beginners to learn.)
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    TheGamesHawk2001 - You can find everything you need to know here: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/index.html

    This is the forum for Bukkit, but you're asking a very, very basic Java question. If you want to write Bukkit plugins, you will need to know Java well. Please do all of Oracle's Java tutorials, write a few simple applications, and then come back to the forums.
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    I do it consistently, and most of the SRC I've seen on GitHub also does. :) It's neat. <3

    "this." prefix <3
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    [me] gives hate.
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