Okay, I was given a source code to retype into an 83+ but I can't find one of the things. I need "iPart" I found "iPart(" but I can't find it without the "(". Does this even exist, or was it a typo in the paper I'm retyping?

Probably a typo.

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Strips any decimal away. int( puts it to the next lowest integer. (they do differenet things when the number is negative).

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You probably have source code to an 82 game, I believe alot of the commands for it does not have ( on the end like the 83 line...

foamy - if you're unsure, just get the original .83p or .8xp file and run it through SourceCoder2:

http://www.cemetech.net/projects/basicelite/sourcecoder2.php

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Incorrect. ipart and fpart are for reals to get the int and frac parts respectively. real and imag get the real and imag parts.

Also not entirely correct:

They can be used on imaginary numbers as well. Try fpart(3.5i I bet you will get .5i (assuming your in a+bi mode ).

**Kerm Martin wrote:**

part and fpart are for reals

They can be used on imaginary numbers as well. Try fpart(3.5i I bet you will get .5i (assuming your in a+bi mode ).

....as I stated above. Let me restate all this:

iPart( : Integer part of ANY number

fPart( : Fractional part of ANY number

real( : The real part of an imaginary number

imag( : The imaginary part of an imaginary number

iPart( : Integer part of ANY number

fPart( : Fractional part of ANY number

real( : The real part of an imaginary number

imag( : The imaginary part of an imaginary number

sorry, got me commands sccrewed up, a lot easier to keep them staight when you have a calc in the vicinity

**rivereye wrote:**

sorry, got me commands sccrewed up, a lot easier to keep them staight when you have a calc in the vicinity

Perfectly understandable, happens to the best of us.

Sorry, I wasn't able to get on for a while. (I work too much...)

And I talked to my comp sci teacher about it, and you guys were right. It was a source code for an 82. I got it working with the iPart(, so I rewrote her source codes for her.

And thanks for explaining what it was. I was confused on why the program didn't just use int(.

Thanks again!

-foamy

And I talked to my comp sci teacher about it, and you guys were right. It was a source code for an 82. I got it working with the iPart(, so I rewrote her source codes for her.

And thanks for explaining what it was. I was confused on why the program didn't just use int(.

Thanks again!

-foamy

**foamy3 wrote:**

Sorry, I wasn't able to get on for a while. (I work too much...)

And I talked to my comp sci teacher about it, and you guys were right. It was a source code for an 82. I got it working with the iPart(, so I rewrote her source codes for her.

And thanks for explaining what it was. I was confused on why the program didn't just use int(.

Thanks again!

-foamy

And I talked to my comp sci teacher about it, and you guys were right. It was a source code for an 82. I got it working with the iPart(, so I rewrote her source codes for her.

And thanks for explaining what it was. I was confused on why the program didn't just use int(.

Thanks again!

-foamy

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