[1.9.4] ComputerCraft Mod Download

 

RECIPES

First, build a Computer (or its Advanced counterpart):

Then right click on its screen to interact. You’re now in the command prompt. Type “help” for an introduction, then type “programs” to see the list of programs you can run. Try running some of them. Type “help” followed by the name of a program to find out what it does. Don’t miss “worm” and “adventure”! When you’re ready to start creating your own programs, type “help programming” for advice on learning the Lua programming language, then use “edit” to create programs or “lua” to just start entering code. All the programs and APIs on the system have their own help pages.

Want more? Build a Disk Drive and Floppy Disks like so:

 

Place the disk drive next to the computer, put a disk into the drive, and access your computer again. Type “list”, and you’ll see that each Floppy Disk has it’s own folder. Now you can use the “copy” or “move” commands to move your programs onto disks, and carry the disks around to transfer files between machines! For some light entertainment, try putting a record into a disk drive and running the “dj” application.

Computer Disk Drives too static for you? Maybe you’re ready to craft some Turtles:

Access your Turtle like a computer, and you’ll see the similarities. Turtles run programs just like Computers, but have access to new programs and a new API to make them move around and interact with the world. Add some coal to the turtle and fuel up your turtle with “refuel”, then try experimenting with the “go”, “excavate” or “craft” programs. To write your own turtle programs, use “lua” or “edit” just as with the computer, and call functions from the “turtle” API. There’s a lot these little guys can do!

For truly advanced worlds, try building Wireless Modems and Wireless Turtles:

Attach your modem to your computer (sneak-click to place it on the side), or craft it together with a Turtle, and you now have devices that can use the “rednet” API to wirelessly send each other messages. This is one of the more advanced areas of the Mod, and requires programming, but anybody who’s used the internet knows the potential of wireless communication.

New in ComputerCraft 1.31 is the Monitor peripheral, build it like so:

Build lots of monitor blocks, and place them together, and you will see they expand to one contiguous display. If your computer is touching the display, it can be programmed to draw text to this screen, which will be visible to anyone who walks past. Try the monitor out by running the “monitor” program, like “monitor left hello”. Try to find the secret program added in 1.31 designed especially for monitors!

New in ComputerCraft 1.42 is the Printer:

Place a printer down next to your computer, supply it with paper and ink, or dye of any colour, and print messages for your friends! Either interact with the printer yourself using lua, or print documents using the “edit” program! Try feeding a printed page back into the input and changing the ink to print in different colours!

 

 

ComputerCraft Mod is a modification for Minecraft that’s all about computer programming. It allows you to build in-game Computers and Turtle Robots, and write programs for them using the Lua programming language. Each Computer has an operating system, a filesystem, a suite of builtin programs (including a text editor, a realtime Lua interpreter, and two games), and can be programmed to do anything you want with the easy-to-use Lua programming language. Computers can interact with redstone wiring and bundled cables from the RedPower2 mod, meaning they can be used to fully automate and control your worlds. With peripheral devices, the capabilities of computers can be expanded further, with Disk Drives adding the ability to transfer files between computers and play music, Wireless Modems adding Wireless Networking between machines, Monitors adding external large external displays and Printers adding printing capabilities. The addition of programming to Minecraft opens up a wide variety of new possibilities for automation and creativity. If you’ve never programmed before, it also serves as excellent way to learn a real world skill in a fun, familiar environment.

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Recipes:

http://www.computercraft.info/wiki/Recipes

Requires:

Minecraft Forge

How to install:

  1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
  2. Locate the minecraft application folder.
    • On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
    • On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
  3. Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  4. When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.
 

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