I suggest you ...

Have a console.

Need a console to get feedback about what the bot is doing. It is very hard to figure out what the bug is unless you dismantle your code as it stands. A line number on the errors would go a long way to help figure out whats going on as well.

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      • Jake commented  · 

        Yeah I'm finding this rather tricky without a console, since it's not really clear what the expected output is from some of the value calls, there is a lot of guess work. the lack of a console to log to also pretty much makes the log command completely useless

      • Sage Pointer commented  · 

        +1, it will be good if bots will show errors.
        If you do somewhere mistake in code (for example, typo in variable name) - editor won't even alert this, and bot will silently discard rest of function after mistaken variable. You can even fight many battles until realize that part of function is skipped (for example, if it's executed on rare conditions)

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