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Source Code?

Postby 7H3LaughingMan » 16 Jun 2015, 13:27

I know this is going to seem like a strange request, but would it be possible to release the SQL Statements you use to gather all the information for various items, recipes, etc. I am working on a tool and part of it is going to require pulling some information from the game, I am probably going to parse the information first to make it cleaner for my tool, however, there are a few connections that I am missing to get the information.
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Re: Source Code?

Postby Admin » 16 Jun 2015, 17:42

Sorry, but we don't share such information.
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Re: Source Code?

Postby ristooseberry » 08 Feb 2019, 06:03

Before the informing the codes for the local work we need the sources of the codes to how it will be generate. Best from the pulling to several of the best website will be super in the stranger have to use code.
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Re: Source Code?

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Postby single » 15 Feb 2019, 06:49

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Re: Source Code?

Postby D. ArdenPeg » 05 Aug 2019, 13:44

You can inspect by clicking right on the page, and then click on the page source or simply press Ctrl+U to directly view the source. I found a bug when I was coding for teach2motivate page last month and it helped me out a lot. We wish you a very best of luck and hope that you would carry on the way you have been doing these days. Wishing you a very best of luck.
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