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Datapacks use Minecraft commands scripting which is very limited and should be safe. They can only damage your in-game assets. Mods are replacing core game files and can do anything to your computer (subject to OS access control restrictions). If you don't trust the mod author, you should not install the mod. Even if you trust the author and install a mod ...


Well I figured this out on my own so here's an example from the Chisel mod: chisel:basalt2 1 so basically you /fill cord cord cord and then the name of the mod with this. In my case it would look like chisel: then the name of the block and whatever variation of that block it is.

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