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import pyautogui as pt
from time import sleep

# Helper function


def nav_to_image(image, clicks, off_x=0, off_y=0):
    position = pt.locateCenterOnScreen(image, confidence=.7)

    if position is None:
        print(f'{image} not found...')
        return 0
    else:
        pt.moveTo(position, duration=.1)
        pt.moveRel(off_x, off_y, duration=.1)
        pt.click(clicks=clicks, interval=.3)

# Moves the character/player
# m = attack
# n = place


def move_character(key_press, duration, action='walking'):
    pt.keyDown(key_press)

    if action == 'walking':
        print('Walking')
    elif action == 'attack':
        pt.keyDown('m')

    sleep(duration)
    pt.keyUp('m')
    pt.keyUp(key_press)

def locate_lava():
    position = pt.locateCenterOnScreen('Images/lava.png', confidence=.4)

    if position is None:
        return False
    else:

        move_character('s', 2)
        print('Found lava!!!')
        return True

    # Start the game
    sleep(3)
    nav_to_image('Images/startgame.png', 3)


What I have tried:

I have tried debugging nothing I tried changeing it to time.sleep(3) nope pls help
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Updated 25-Oct-21 13:53pm
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jeron1 25-Oct-21 18:35pm    
the if-else statement, immediately before the sleep, calls return for all (2) conditions, meaning the sleep() method never gets executed.

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Whats wrong with my Python code it says sleep(3) is unreachable

Because anything after a return is unreachable.
Python
def locate_lava():
    position = pt.locateCenterOnScreen('Images/lava.png', confidence=.4)

    if position is None:
        return False # because of the 'return' anything in the 'if' is unreachable
    else:
        move_character('s', 2)
        print('Found lava!!!')
        return True # because of the 'return' anything in the 'else' is unreachable

    # Because both the 'if' and the 'else' ends with a return, anything after the 'if-else ' is unreachable
    # Start the game
    sleep(3)
    nav_to_image('Images/startgame.png', 3)

You should read carefully the documentation about 'return'.
 
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CPallini 26-Oct-21 2:19am    
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Patrice T 26-Oct-21 7:00am    
Thank you

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