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  • How to prevent a command from summoning an item after it has reached a certain amount of summoned items [1.15.2]

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    I am using a redstone clock to summon a nether star every couple seconds, how do I prevent the nether stars from spawning after it reaches a certain amount (16 nether stars for example) using perhaps the /execute command

    Perhaps a way to detect the nether stars not being lower than 16 and thus breaking the redstone clock or preferably just not executing the command


    NOTE: I want the circuit to continue after the player picks up the items
    asked May 28, 2020 in Redstone Circuits by anonymous

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