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Is there anyway that I can use commands to increase, decrease a players hunger when they have a certain amount of hunger bar, and testfor player's hunger bar in vanilla Minecraft?

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You can use the command:

/testfor @a {foodLevel:20}

20 is full hunger points and 0 is no hunger points... as for setting a hunger amount without the ability to change NBT with players yet there isn't an easy way to do this, you would need to give them the effect of hunger for a set amount of time to get them to the correct level and then to increase it give them a saturation effect for the exact amount of time to get them to the correct level....lots of work and a lot of command blocks.

Credit:

http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/minecraft-discussion/redstone-discussion-and/2182343-how-to-control-a-players-hunger

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  • Cool! Don't forget to click on the link for some different methods and discussions! May 20 '16 at 13:55
  • The /testfor command is only available for Bedrock edition
    – ananaso
    Jul 12 '20 at 0:18

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