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I want to do the following but not add a comparator linking the testfor to the setblock, instead I wish to have them in the same space.

/execute @p ~ ~ ~ testforblock ~ ~-1 ~ grass /setblock ~ ~-1 ~ dirt

Is this possible?

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No, you cannot chain testforblock with more commands just like that, but there are other ways to do it.

1. execute's detect keyword

The execute command has a special detect keyword that allows you to do exactly what you want. It is essentially a testforblock query inside an execute.

execute <entity> <x> <y> <z> detect <x2> <y2> <z2> <block> <data> <command> 

This will run <command> on <entity> only if <block> (with <data>) is present at <x2> <y2> <z2>1. So for your example, you want to use

execute @p ~ ~ ~ detect ~ ~-1 ~ grass 0 setblock ~ ~-1 ~ dirt

1) If you use tilde notation for relative coordinates, the second set of coordinates is relative to the first set (in this case the position of @p).

2. fill's replace option

An alternate way to do what you want to do is to use the fill command with the replace option (This is more limited in scope, and I only include it here for completeness):

fill <x1> <y1> <z1> <x2> <y2> <z2> <TileName> <dataValue> replace [replaceTileName] [replaceDataValue] 

If both coordinate sets are identical, it will only affect a single block. So, to replace grass below the player with dirt, you can use

execute @p ~ ~ ~ fill ~ ~-1 ~ ~ ~-1 ~ dirt 0 replace grass 0

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