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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-23876

Command Block and Comparator Functionality seems Inconsistent with Descriptions



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    • Minecraft 1.6.1, Minecraft 1.6.2
    • Windows 8 Home Premium 64-bit
      Intel Core2Quad 2.66 GHz Processor
      4 GB RAM
      500 GB Hard drive
      nVidia GeForge GTX 260
      Java Runtime 7
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    • Creative


      When placing a comparator adjacent to a Command Block, if the Command Block successfully executes its command, it is supposed to emit a 'Success Count' signal with a strength equal to the number of successes in that particular operation, in accordance with each command's success criteria.

      Under Commands ( http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Command ), the criteria for a successful '/clear' command is as follows:

      'At least one item must be removed, and playername must be online.'

      While using the Command Block with instructions '/clear @p[r=5]' it would consistently output a Comparator signal even if the inventory of the player inside its radius were already empty. Further, given specific ItemIDs to clear '/clear @p[r=5] itemID' the item will be cleared the first time the command block receives a redstone signal, but with the second pulse of the signal, even though the item is removed completely, it still emits a 'Success Count' through the comparator.

      I cannot imagine this is designed behavior, as it is in direct violation with the success criteria for a /clear command. Just want to make sure this isn't a bug, maybe I'm misreading something or doing it wrong.




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            takavoncracka Kaeden Reese
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