Minecraft - Player adder





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Published on Jan 18, 2013

The 13w03a snapshot allows us to calculate the player's level. Since levels just add and subtract as you would expect them to do, you can do math with the player's levels.

Command blocks only work on the rising edge, that's why the inputs are so small. To read the level, we just need to check if it's bigger than 16, if it is: subtract 16. Then check if it's bigger than 8, if it is: subtract 8. Etc.. Those command blocks will maintain their output, which means command blocks can be used for memory units as well.

Since we can now use data 32 bits on a player. This can be handy for multiplayer maps to distinguish players, designated roles, etc..

Unfortunately though, since command blocks cannot work in parallel, even when expanding this to just 8 bits, it will be slower than the adders we have, even the solid state ones.


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