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I have tried many things as well as looking things up, including some suggestions from this site. I need to know how to use the command fill for Minecraft Education Edition 1.12.5.

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    What many things have you tried? First hit on google brings me to this page, which (seemingly) answers your question. – Joachim Jan 18 at 10:37
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Copied verbatim from the DigMinecraft website (first hit searching for "Minecraft Education Edition fill command"):

Fill Command in Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft Education Edition, there are 2 syntaxes for the /fill command.

To fill a region with a type of block:

/fill <from> <to> <tileName> [tileData] [outline¦hollow¦destroy¦keep]

To replace one type of block in a region with another type of block:

/fill <from> <to> <tileName> [tileData] replace <replaceTileName> <replaceDataValue>

Definitions

  • <from> is the starting x y z coordinate for the fill region (i.e. first corner block).
  • <to> is the ending x y z coordinate for the fill region (i.e. opposite corner block).
  • <tileName> is name of the block to fill the region.
  • <tileData> is optional. It is the data type or variation of the block if more than one type exists for that tileName.
  • <replace> will replace all blocks in the fill region, including air.
  • <outline> is optional. It will replace blocks on the outer edge of the fill region, but does not replace the inner blocks.
  • <hollow> is optional. It will replace blocks on the outer edge of the fill region, and replaces inner blocks with air.
  • <keep> is optional. It will replace only air blocks in the fill region.
  • <destroy> is optional. It will replace all blocks in the fill region, including air.
    Replaced blocks will be dropped and can then be collected as if they were mined with a pickaxe or shovel.
  • <replaceTileName> is the name of the block that will be replaced.
  • <replaceDataValue> is the variation of the block to be replaced if more than one type exists for that replaceTileName.

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