Source code for tuxemon.item.conditions.level

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

from dataclasses import dataclass
from operator import eq, ge, gt, le, lt
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Callable, Mapping, Optional

from tuxemon.item.itemcondition import ItemCondition

    from import Monster

cmp_dict: Mapping[Optional[str], Callable[[float, float], bool]] = {
    None: ge,
    "<": lt,
    "<=": le,
    ">": gt,
    ">=": ge,
    "==": eq,
    "=": eq,

[docs]@dataclass class LevelCondition(ItemCondition): """ Compares the target Monster's level against the given value. Example: To make an item only usable if a monster is at a certain level, you would use the condition "is level target,<,5" """ name = "level" comparison: str value: int
[docs] def test(self, target: Monster) -> bool: level = target.level operator = cmp_dict[self.comparison] level_reached = self.value return operator(level, level_reached)