Source code for tuxemon.event.conditions.money_is

# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-3.0
# Copyright (c) 2014-2023 William Edwards <>, Benjamin Bean <>
from __future__ import annotations

from operator import eq, ge, gt, le, lt, ne

from tuxemon.event import MapCondition
from tuxemon.event.eventcondition import EventCondition
from tuxemon.session import Session

[docs]class MoneyIsCondition(EventCondition): """ Check to see if the player has a certain amount of money (pocket). Script usage: .. code-block:: is money_is <slug>,<operator>,<value> Script parameters: slug: Slug name (e.g. player or NPC, etc.). operator: Numeric comparison operator. Accepted values are "less_than", "less_or_equal", "greater_than", "greater_or_equal", "equals" and "not_equals". amount: Amount of money """ name = "money_is"
[docs] def test(self, session: Session, condition: MapCondition) -> bool: """ Check to see if the player has a certain amount of money (pocket). Parameters: session: The session object condition: The map condition object. Returns: Whether the player has a certain amount of money. """ player = session.player # Read the parameters wallet = condition.parameters[0] operator = condition.parameters[1] amount = condition.parameters[2] # Check if the condition is true if wallet in if operator == "less_than": return bool(lt([wallet], int(amount))) elif operator == "less_or_equal": return bool(le([wallet], int(amount))) elif operator == "greater_than": return bool(gt([wallet], int(amount))) elif operator == "greater_or_equal": return bool(ge([wallet], int(amount))) elif operator == "equals": return bool(eq([wallet], int(amount))) elif operator == "not_equals": return bool(ne([wallet], int(amount))) else: raise ValueError(f"{operator} is incorrect.") else: return False