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I'm new to command blocks and I was watching this garage door tutorial which uses the following command to implement a T Flip Flop, i.e. it alternates between success and failure upon each activation:

testforblock ~ ~ ~ minecraft:command_block -1 {SuccessCount:0}

However, I'm using Minecraft 1.16.5 - I'm aware that testforblock was removed in Minecraft 1.13 and onwards in favour of execute if.

I tried the following:

execute if block ~ ~ ~ minecraft:command_block{SuccessCount:0}

However this seems to result in continuous success, due to the missing dataValue (set to -1) in the original command. edit: -1 is the same as not specifying anything according to the wiki

The following doesn't work due to a syntax error:

execute if block ~ ~ ~ minecraft:command_block -1 {SuccessCount:0}

How can I implement a T Flip Flop using a command block in Minecraft Java Edition versions 1.13 and newer?

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    I've removed the minecraft-redstone tag. Implementing T flip-flop in redstone is pretty easy but completely different than doing it with command blocks.
    – SF.
    Commented Mar 22, 2021 at 13:22
  • @ExpertCoder14 I've updated the final line to indicate my question more clearly. Commented Mar 22, 2021 at 17:33

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It seems like the technique used to test for a success count in previous versions does not work in 1.13+, due to unknown reasons.

To invert a score you can check if the score is not 1, and store the success of that check back to the same score:

execute store success score @s objective unless score @s objective matches 1

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