Denizen Script Language Explanations


Language Explanations explain components of Denizen in a more direct and technical way than The Beginner's Guide.


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NameOperator
DescriptionAn operator is a tool for comparing values, used by commands like Command:if, Command:while, Command:waituntil, ... and tags like Tag:ObjectTag.is.than

Available Operators include:
"Equals" is written as "==" or "equals".
"Does not equal" is written as "!=".
"Is more than" is written as ">" or "more".
"Is less than" is written as "<" or "less".
"Is more than or equal to" is written as ">=" or "or_more".
"Is less than or equal to" is written as "<=" or "or_less".
"does this list or map contain" is written as "contains". For example, "- if a|b|c contains b:" or "- if [a=1;b=2] contains b:"
"is this in the list or map" is written as "in". For example, "- if b in a|b|c:", or "- if [a=1;b=2] contains b:"

Note: When using an operator in a tag,
keep in mind that < and >, and even >= and <= must be either escaped, or referred to by name.
Example: "<player.health.is[<&lt>].than[10]>" or "<player.health.is[less].than[10]>",
but <player.health.is[<].than[10]> will produce undesired results. <>'s must be escaped or replaced since
they are normally notation for a replaceable tag. Escaping is not necessary when the argument
contains no replaceable tags.

There are also special boolean operators (&&, ||, ...) documented at: Command:if
GroupComparables
Sourcehttps://github.com/DenizenScript/Denizen-Core/blob/master/src/main/java/com/denizenscript/denizencore/scripts/commands/Comparable.java#L15