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Nearly, I'm just proofreading and spiffifying.
lol, well, just make sure you get it done today.

I mean, I would hate for us to be late...
Yeah, it would be kinda hypocritical of me.
Something like...

So, do you have some sort of easy editor that you use to just add it, like the news scripts?
Not as of yet.

BASIC Elite Resurrection
by Kerm Martian, kerm_martian@yahoo.com

How did your project thing go?
All done. I finally finished it after a total of 20 hours of work.
Cool, put it up.
OK, will do at 4pm EST today, my first free sine 10am.
yay...

anything else you need me to work on?
Nope, I finished it.
http://www.cemetech.net/news.php?198
Yay! *Goes to make news item*
yeah, great job, I like it
psst - you forgot to mention in the "End of If" to not use it in speed critical sections, as it is slower than an if-then if the condition is false
Yeah, I forgot that... Cut me a lil slack, I made it at 1 in the morning... Be happy that It made that much sense...
lol I think the issue actually came out fairly well...
Yup.

I added a news item, and placed the link in the be page.

http://tifreakware.calcgames.org/be.htm
Quote:
he confusing thing is the ((K=25)+(A>1)) part. Since these were wrapped in parenthesis as well, the calculator will see the = and > and 'understand' that a conditional is being tested, so will 'know' that + means that both most be true, otherwise, it is a no go.

that should be * not +. If its +, you will add 1 if one is true, on is false, and 2 if both are true. With *, it will add one if both are true <- i believe that is what you want
I tried the code out on calc before placing it up, that code works.

I refuse to put code up without testing it first.
well then something wierd happened, because if (k=25) is true, then it is 1, and if (A>1) is true, then it is 1. 1+1=2, if one of them is false, then it would be 1+0=1

Oooh, i think i see why it was working: (K=34)+(A<8 ). if A is within 1 and 8, then those two statements will cancel out. Using + between conditional statements is NOT the same as AND, only * is, but it works in your example due to the subtracting of the other set of conditions.

(if i had my 84 right now, i'd verify this, but i am 99% sure that is how it works)

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