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 First create a class which extends ''​ArgumentType''​. Note that ArgumentType is a generic, so the generic will define what type the ArgumentType will return First create a class which extends ''​ArgumentType''​. Note that ArgumentType is a generic, so the generic will define what type the ArgumentType will return
  
-<code java>+<code java [enable_line_numbers="​true"​]>
 public class UUIDArgumentType implements ArgumentType<​UUID>​ { public class UUIDArgumentType implements ArgumentType<​UUID>​ {
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 Next you will store the current position of the cursor, this is so you can substring out only the specific argument. This will always be at the beginning of where your argument appears on the command line. Next you will store the current position of the cursor, this is so you can substring out only the specific argument. This will always be at the beginning of where your argument appears on the command line.
  
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 int argBeginning = reader.getCursor();​ // The starting position of the cursor is at the beginning of the argument. int argBeginning = reader.getCursor();​ // The starting position of the cursor is at the beginning of the argument.
 if (!reader.canRead()) { if (!reader.canRead()) {
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 Now we grab the entire argument. Depending on your argument type, you may have a different criteria or be similar to some arguments where detecting a ''​{''​ on the command line will require it to be closed. For a UUID we will just figure out what cursor position the argument ends at. Now we grab the entire argument. Depending on your argument type, you may have a different criteria or be similar to some arguments where detecting a ''​{''​ on the command line will require it to be closed. For a UUID we will just figure out what cursor position the argument ends at.
  
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 while (reader.canRead() && reader.peek() != ' ') { // peek provides the character at the current cursor position. while (reader.canRead() && reader.peek() != ' ') { // peek provides the character at the current cursor position.
     reader.skip();​ // Tells the StringReader to move it's cursor to the next position.     reader.skip();​ // Tells the StringReader to move it's cursor to the next position.
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 Then we will ask the StringReader what the current position of the cursor is an substring our argument out of the command line. Then we will ask the StringReader what the current position of the cursor is an substring our argument out of the command line.
  
-<code java>​String uuidString = reader.getString().substring(argBeginning,​ reader.getCursor());</​code>​+<code java [enable_line_numbers="​true"​]>String uuidString = reader.getString().substring(argBeginning,​ reader.getCursor());</​code>​
  
 Now finally we check if our argument is correct and parse the specific argument to our liking, and throwing an exception if the parsing fails. Now finally we check if our argument is correct and parse the specific argument to our liking, and throwing an exception if the parsing fails.
  
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 try { try {
     UUID uuid = UUID.fromString(uuidString);​ // Now our actual logic.     UUID uuid = UUID.fromString(uuidString);​ // Now our actual logic.
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 Within your ModInitializer (Not only client or server) you will add this so the client can recognize the argument when the command tree is sent. For more complex argument types, you may need to create your own ArgumentSerializer. Within your ModInitializer (Not only client or server) you will add this so the client can recognize the argument when the command tree is sent. For more complex argument types, you may need to create your own ArgumentSerializer.
  
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 ArgumentTypes.register("​mymod:​uuid",​ UUIDArgumentType.class,​ new ConstantArgumentSerializer(UUIDArgumentType::​uuid)); ​ ArgumentTypes.register("​mymod:​uuid",​ UUIDArgumentType.class,​ new ConstantArgumentSerializer(UUIDArgumentType::​uuid)); ​
 // The argument should be what will create the ArgumentType. // The argument should be what will create the ArgumentType.
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 And here is the whole ArgumentType:​ And here is the whole ArgumentType:​
  
-<file java UUIDArgumentType.java>​+<file java UUIDArgumentType.java ​[enable_line_numbers="​true"​]>
  
 import com.mojang.brigadier.StringReader;​ import com.mojang.brigadier.StringReader;​
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