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can someone explain to me this \/

catch try {...................} 
catch (interruptedException e)
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
e.printStackTrace(); 
}

im trying to create a farming script, and on the onStart() i want it to do more then one action. But i don't fully understand the (catch............). do i only need one (Catch..........), or more then one, if my onStart() has more then one action.

public void onStart(){
if (client.getInventory().contains(ectophial)
&& !EctoArea.contains(myPlayer())){
try {
this.client.getInventory().interactWithId(ectophial, "Empty");
} catch (InterruptedException e) {
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
e.printStackTrace();
}
if (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714) {
while(myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714) {
try {
sleep(1000);
} catch (InterruptedException e) {
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
state = State.WALKTOECTOHERB;
}
}
}

 

 

Edited by josedpay
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so it should look something like this then 

	public void onStart() throws InterruptedException {
		if (client.getInventory().contains(ectophial)
			&&!client.getMyPlayer().isInArea(EctoArea))	{
			client.getInventory().interactWithId(ectophial, "Empty");
				if (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
					while (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
							sleep(1000);
					}
				}
			state = State.WALKTOECTOHERB;
			}
		}

 i try this out then Eclipse is having a sissy fit, it say you remove the exception.

 

Edited by josedpay
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What the error? when you hover over the red line what does it say?

 

EDIT: nvm remove the throw thing, the onStart method in the Scrip class doesnt throw InterruptedException, I think you have to add the try and catch blocks again

 

And what is try and catch basically is a code that try to preform the code between the try {} and if something unexcepted happened it catches the errors.

Edited by Mithrandir
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What the error? when you hover over the red line what does it say?

 

EDIT: nvm remove the throw thing, the onStart method in the Scrip class doesnt throw InterruptedException, I think you have to add the try and catch blocks again

 

And what is try and catch basically is a code that try to preform the code between the try {} and if something unexcepted happened it catches the errors.

	public void onStart() {
		if (client.getInventory().contains(ectophial)
			&&!myPlayer().isInArea(EctoArea))	{
			try {
				client.getInventory().interactWithId(ectophial, "Empty");
			} catch (InterruptedException e) {
				// TODO Auto-generated catch block
				e.printStackTrace();
			}
				if (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
					while (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
							try {
								sleep(1000);
							} catch (InterruptedException e) {
								// TODO Auto-generated catch block
								e.printStackTrace();
							}
					}
				}
			state = State.WALKTOECTOHERB;
			}
		}

so then this (what i had in the beginning, with just a little tweaks wink.png )

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	public void onStart() {
		if (client.getInventory().contains(ectophial)
			&&!myPlayer().isInArea(EctoArea))	{
			try {
				client.getInventory().interactWithId(ectophial, "Empty");
			} catch (InterruptedException e) {
				// TODO Auto-generated catch block
				e.printStackTrace();
			}
				if (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
					while (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
							try {
								sleep(1000);
							} catch (InterruptedException e) {
								// TODO Auto-generated catch block
								e.printStackTrace();
							}
					}
				}
			state = State.WALKTOECTOHERB;
			}
		}

so then this (what i had in the beginning, with just a little tweaks wink.png )

 

public void onStart() {
		if (client.getInventory().contains(ectophial)
			&&!myPlayer().isInArea(EctoArea))	{
				client.getInventory().interactWithId(ectophial, "Empty");
				if (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
					while (myPlayer().getAnimation()== 714)	{
							try {
								sleep(1000);
							} catch (InterruptedException e) {
	 						e.printStackTrace();
							}
					}
				}
			state = State.WALKTOECTOHERB;
			}
		}
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