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    Launcher account problems

    Thanks guys, that really helped me. I got it all sorted out now!
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    Launcher account problems

    You need one for FTB? I believe I'm using the same account for FTB. The username is exactly the same.
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    Launcher account problems

    I'm trying to log into my account and it's saying the account is invalid. I didn't change anything, so I deleted the account and am now trying to add it again and it's still not working and I'm not entirely sure what's up or what to do. Any ideas?
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    local firstSlot = 1 local lastSlot = 8 -- this can not be above 9 in ComputerCraft before 1.4, or above 16 in ComputerCraft 1.4+ local incrementSize = 1 for selectedSlot =firstSlot,lastSlot, incrementSize do turtle.Select(selectedSlot); print("I've selected slot" .. selectedSlot .. "!")...
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    In the CC Turtles programming, how would you say that you want to add 1? I want it to take the current slot the turtle has selected, and just add one to it to make it slot 2. then 2 to 3, and so on. I would like to use it in a function too.
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    Yup, extra "end". Thanks. Also, I had a few questions about steam boilers and the like. I'm trying to figure out if I should use steam boilers in the first place, but I'm not sure. From what I've seen, it sounds like steam boilers are a lot of hassle to set up, operate, and maintain. I've got...
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    That didn't work. It said it was expecting it on line 34, which is the line my last "end" is on.
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    My Turtle program is giving me an error saying I'm missing an "<eof>" at the very end of my program. I know it's an "End of File" but I don't know how to solve the error.
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    If the inventory space selector gets to the 16th slot, it won't jump back to the 1 slot? If not, would I have to manually set it back to the 1 slot? Mind answering one more question? I've got; if Power = true then turtle.dropDown(1) end It keeps telling me that it expects a "then" on line 1...
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    I'm trying to get my Turtle to obey me, and I'm getting this error, here is the code; function changeSlot() turtle.select() + 1 end while true do if turtle.select() = turtle.getItemCount() < 1 then changeSlot() end end I'm getting an error for an unexpected symbol on line 2. I...
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    I copied that, and added some text telling me when the signal was "on" and when it was "off" and it worked for one off and one on, but then it gave me an error on the first "Sleep(1)" section under "turtle.attack()" I'd love to learn how to do this, but right now I'm really nooby, so I don't...
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    For CC Turtles, is there a way to get either a Boolean or an int to toggle back and forth? I was it to say that the redstone signal is "on" or "off" and wanted to use a variable of some sorts that just switched between 1 and 0 or true and false to judge this.
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    Sweet, thank you so much! Now if only I knew what I was doing... EDIT; After messing around with it for a bit, I've a question; is there a way to tell it to detect only when he signal is on? Right now, it triggers every time the redstone is changed, be it on -> off or off -> on.
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    If "rednet" is the equivalent of redstone, than that's exactly what I need. But, is it? http://www.computercraft.info/wiki/Receiving_a_rednet_message_through_os.pullEvent()
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    Is there a way for a Turtle to check for a redstone signal? I need it in a program to run 24/7, and every time it gets a signal, (specifically, a pipe signal) to run the program.