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    ClayGoddessSari commented

    I don't think it's that easy.  They are coded using different languages.  Also, despite looking like the same game on the surface, they are very different underneath.  So I don't think you can just import a mod from java to bedrock.

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    Tonl YT commented

    would take forever to code.

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    Kratos Hero56 commented

    Mas eu acho que toda a hora tem que usar app para jogar Minecraft com mods e mais fácil ter no próprio Minecraft

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    BB6amer commented

    I love the idea, really, I made a modpack that took me close to a year to make, but I don't think its just that easy... If Minecraft were to have a launcher type thing or add something that goes through Minecraft and enables mod importing, just like Blocklauncher, but built-in. It'll take a while to make, but it's not THAT hard. Its possible, very possible, just not easy...

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    Bilbo Baggins commented

    First of all, most mods are programmed in Java.  It is possible to do it in Python (I have done it), but those mods are usually directly modifying Minecraft itself and can bypass having to load in the mod.

    Second, I think that you guys are looking for Minecraft Forge as a mod loader.

    https://files.minecraftforge.net 

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