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peanuts1079

[Paid Request] World Population Grabber

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Hi,

I'm looking for a snippet of code that returns the population of world i as an integer. There was a snippet made for this back in 2015 but it does not work now and honestly I don't really believe it ever worked.

 

Paying $5

 

EDIT: The snippet should look up values from the online website. It's easily possible to grab the numbers from the world switcher interface in-game but website lookup would be less CPU intensive.

Edited by peanuts1079

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public static int getPopulation(int world){
    if(world<300)
        world+=300;
    List<RSServer> servers = WorldHopper.getServers();
    for(RSServer s: servers){
        if(s.getNumber()==world)
            return s.getPopulation();
    }

    General.println("Failed to get population");
    return 0;
}

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Posted (edited)

@rsbotmoo OP is looking for a page reader, not an interface reader.

Also, I rewrote your population method but this time I've with incorporated the use of lambdas. I just thought you might find it interesting

9 hours ago, rsbotmoo said:
public static int getPopulation(int world) {  
    RSServer server = WorldHopper.getServers().stream().filter(s -> s.getPopulation() == world).findFirst().orElse(null); 
    if (server != null)    
        return server.getPopulation(); 
    General.println("Failed to get population");
}
Edited by Flamo353

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1 hour ago, Flamo353 said:

@rsbotmoo OP is looking for a page reader, not an interface reader.

Also, I rewrote your population method but this time I've with incorporated the use of lambdas. I just thought you might find it interesting

The WorldHopper.getServers() method doesn't read interfaces, and can be called offline or without the tab open. 

The example you provided is logically incorrect, you are filtering for worlds where the population == the world number.

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public static int getPopulation(int world) {  
    if (world < 300) 
        world+=300;
    RSServer server = WorldHopper.getServers().stream().filter(s -> s.getNumber() == world).findFirst().orElse(null); 
    if (server != null)    
        return server.getPopulation(); 
    General.println("Failed to get population");
    return -1;
}

 

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15 minutes ago, FALSkills said:

The WorldHopper.getServers() method doesn't read interfaces, and can be called offline or without the tab open. 

The example you provided is logically incorrect, you are filtering for worlds where the population == the world number.

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public static int getPopulation(int world) {  
    if (world < 300) 
        world+=300;
    RSServer server = WorldHopper.getServers().stream().filter(s -> s.getNumber() == world).findFirst().orElse(null); 
    if (server != null)    
        return server.getPopulation(); 
    General.println("Failed to get population");
    return -1;
}

 

"The WorldHopper.getServers() method doesn't read interfaces, and can be called offline or without the tab open." Yup, this crossed my mind but I just didn't care enough to search up tab/inventory docs.

"you are filtering for worlds where the population == the world number." Wrote it without an IDE so I mistakenly replaced getNumber() with getPopulation() in my attempt to copy the method names from the original snippet. But you're right, if tested this code wouldn't execute as intended.

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3 hours ago, Flamo353 said:

"The WorldHopper.getServers() method doesn't read interfaces, and can be called offline or without the tab open." Yup, this crossed my mind but I just didn't care enough to search up tab/inventory docs.

"you are filtering for worlds where the population == the world number." Wrote it without an IDE so I mistakenly replaced getNumber() with getPopulation() in my attempt to copy the method names from the original snippet. But you're right, if tested this code wouldn't execute as intended.

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