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    Default [SOLVED] [HELP] converting methods

    well for learning purposes I do RSPS. but I would like to know how to convert methods such as this

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        public void method1037(int arg0, int arg1) {
    	anInt2918++;
    	aByteArray2935[anInt2954++] = (byte) (arg0 >> -1339568208);
    	aByteArray2935[anInt2954++] = (byte) (arg0 >> -1948176456);
    	aByteArray2935[anInt2954++] = (byte) arg0;
    	aByteArray2935[anInt2954++] = (byte) (arg0 >> -1320695128);
    	if (arg1 > -90)
    	    aClass9_2908 = null;
        }
    from CLIENTSIDE to serverside methods.

    I know somewhat what to do, but not enough.

    help pl0x :)

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    What you mean by client side and server side methods. There are no such things in programming, as far as I know.

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    oh, I've heard people talk on these other forums about this kind of thing but I guess it doesn't exist.

    thanks :)

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    May be, that's why I say that I don't know on my knowledge. Actually I've never heard about that before. Let see others comments.

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    Client/Server side just means that the method is in a client or in a server, I guess.

    Besides, rs private servers don't really help you to learn java, tbh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supamagier View Post
    Client/Server side just means that the method is in a client or in a server, I guess.
    It could be, but not the best way to get use of.

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