How to view a dimension's id?

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How to view a dimension's id?
Sun, 09/06/2020 - 23:24

Hello! I need help! I do not know how to view a dimension's id, not in a procedure, but in the actual value. I need the id for the entity checking dimension by id block, and it is math so it uses numbers, so I think it's a number, but I do not know the number, so can someone help me find where it might be?

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what minecraft version is…
Mon, 09/07/2020 - 00:23

what minecraft version is your mod for???

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There is a "get numeric…
Mon, 09/07/2020 - 06:39

There is a "get numeric dimension id" block in the world data procedures. You could use a send chat procedure to print that value in the chat.

Also, in newer MCreator versions it isn't necessary to know the ID of a dimension, since there also is a procedure block "get numeric dimension ID of <dimension>". You could just compare that with the id of the current dimension to check if it is the specified one

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Also, in newer MCreator…
Sat, 07/31/2021 - 06:22

Also, in newer MCreator versions it isn't necessary to know the ID of a dimension, since there also is a procedure block "get numeric dimension ID of <dimension>" 

The block doesn't let me specify which dimension it is, I think it's just the dimension the entity is in but if I don't want that, what do I do?