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Minecraft app

hi , I'm will dont really know much about coding/software making and me and my friends have a realm and we have coordinates turned on so that we can navigate the world basically I would like to know what language would be best to make a program that could store the coordinates and then produce them when asked I would also like to know what parts of the language I would need to know to make this or if there already is one tell me about it




i recommend ruby, because it's super easy to use, but python works if you want to see the code fast (lots of beginners use it)


@Coder100 ty i will try ruby first then python as my friend uses python and i want to try something different


any language you want lol


It’s the sad truth but you can’t do it in bedrock or I haven’t come across a way. But in Java you could with data pack.

You would use variables and loops.


A notepad? I would make a simple website using HTML, CSS, and JS

HTML - basic form, input, and typography elements
CSS - (optional), selectors, margin, padding
JS - event listeners, localStorage, basic DOM manipulation

or are you talking about a minecraft mod (like with Forge or Fabric)?


@notGilbert yeah kinda like a note pad but i can just request one that i have named and it will print it and no not really a mod as we have to play on bedrock but i play on my laptop as my account doesnt work on console so i was hoping for some sort of software that i can save the cords then bring them up when i want