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I am trying to obtain a stone axe that can destroy oak signs and oak planks in Adventure Mode.

The command that I have tried is:

/give @p stone_axe 1 0 {can_destroy: {"blocks": ["oak_sign","oak_wood_planks"]}}

The error message that I get is:

* Line 1, Column 2
Missing '}' or object member name

What is the mistake in this command, and what should I do to make it work?

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Maybe try this?

/give @p minecraft:stone_axe 1 0 {CanDestroy:["minecraft:oak_sign","minecraft:oak_wood_planks"]}

(Ps. It might be wrong I'm not a command expert).

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    Nah I play on a switch and every time I do CanDestroy instead of can_destroy it doesn't register. And putting Minecraft in front of it works the same as not putting Minecraft in front of it. – Jango Apr 21 at 11:07
  • Aaaaah, I'm such an idiot! I didn't read the tag. Bedrock and Java have very different commands. I forgot about that. I'll see what I can do on my Switch. – TurboTechBlast Apr 21 at 12:22
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You forgot to place quotes around can_destroy!

/give @p stone_axe 1 0 {"can_destroy": {"blocks": ["oak_sign","oak_wood_planks"]}}

I would also like to take this opportunity to remind you that Bedrock Edition does not currently support any other tags besides can_destroy and can_place_on.

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