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Thread: Java IRC Bot

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    Alright, so I am detecting if there are arguments or not. The detecting if there are none works, but if there are it does nothing at all.

    Here is my code.
    package me.mretech.peacebot.commands;
     
    import org.pircbotx.PircBotX;
    import org.pircbotx.hooks.ListenerAdapter;
    import org.pircbotx.hooks.events.MessageEvent;
     
    public class JoinCommand extends ListenerAdapter<PircBotX> {
    	public void onMessage(MessageEvent<PircBotX> event) throws Exception {
    		String CommandPrefix = "!";
    		String message = event.getMessage().trim();
    		String[] args = message.split(" ");
     
    		if(event.getChannel().getName().equalsIgnoreCase("#peacebot")) {
    			if(message.startsWith(CommandPrefix)) {
    				if(message.substring(1).equalsIgnoreCase("peacebot join")) {
    					if(event.getChannel().isOp(event.getUser())) {
    						if(!(args.length == 3)) {
    							event.getBot().sendMessage(event.getChannel(), event.getUser().getNick() + " -> Correct Arguments: !peacebot join [channel]");
    						} else if(args.length == 3) {
    							event.getBot().sendMessage(event.getChannel(), event.getUser().getNick() + " -> I am Joining Channel: " + args[3]);
    						}
    					} else {
    						event.getBot().sendMessage(event.getChannel(), event.getUser().getNick() + " -> I am joining your channel.");
    					}
    				}
    			}
    		}
    	}
    }

    I would appreciate it if anyone could help me out with this, thanks =)

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