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I am trying to create a larger script than usual, so I want to use multiple files for it.

 

Now I have the main script that starts up, but I have to use the methods of "MethodProvider" in the OSBot API in the other class too. Something like:

 

MainScript.java

private DoWalkPath path;

@Override
public void onStart() {
   path = new DoWalkPath(); // This is just an example name, I don't want the other class just to walk...
}

@Override
public int onLoop() throws InterruptedException {
    switch (state) {
        case WALKING_TO_BANK:
        path.walk(); // This is what I want
        break;
    }
    return 3;
}

DoWalkPath.java

public void walk() {
    openTab(Tabs.Magic);
    selectInterfaceOption(271, 23, "Cast"); // Teleport or something
    sleep(random(5000, 6000)); // Wait for teleport
    walk(Position); // Walk from there
}

Now I can't use "walk()" as I don't have access to the MethodProvider in that other class.

 

I tried extending the MethodProvider, but I every value is null (client etc).

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You have to pass object that uses Method provider, Script  class extends it so you can use it. Make a constructor in you DoWalkPath class which takes Script as a parameter something like this

public DoWalkPath(Script script) {
     this.script = script;
}

and to initiate it in the main calss just simplu make an DoWalkPath and pass to it the parameter script(Main class)

public DoWalkPath walk = new DoWalkPath(this);

Hope this helps.

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You have to pass object that uses Method provider, Script  class extends it so you can use it. Make a constructor in you DoWalkPath class which takes Script as a parameter something like this

public DoWalkPath(Script script) {
     this.script = script;
}

and to initiate it in the main calss just simplu make an DoWalkPath and pass to it the parameter script(Main class)

public DoWalkPath walk = new DoWalkPath(this);

Hope this helps.

 

Yeah, just did this and it works. Thanks for the answer.

 

Isn't there another way where i dont have to pass the entire class? :P

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