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06-29-2003 22:44

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Stephen Lund

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Hi

I was wondering if someone could tell me how to make a integer smaller then 1

Stephen

06-29-2003 23:14

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puffin

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you make an integer smaller then 1 by making smaller then 1, i.e 0, -1, -2, -3... if you want part of a whole number then you can't use an integer, you need to use float.

06-30-2003 21:01

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matteo

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How to make small integers: theory and practice, volume 1

Yeah, it's hard to make integers smaller than 1, it takes a lot of practice: you have to catch'em between the ears, and start squashing them. Someone also puts them on the ground and jumps on them, but be carefull they don't break! There is a legend of a guy that made an integer so tiny that nobody could almost see it. but then, it could very well be a legend, because nobody really actually did actually see it or proved it existed.
Recently some russian scientist tried shrinking them by damping them in liquid kriptonitis, but without great results.
Instead, I recommend you use the RadReBPrefS library, it may help you in your job: but beware:it's powerful and dangerous to use too many radicals!

Hope this helps!

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07-01-2003 00:24

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Stephen Lund

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Thanks

Thanks for helping me with integrs it was a loat of help
I finally got it to work

Thanks again,

Stephen

07-01-2003 03:48

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eekaydee

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Whoa Matteo, take it easy! That's it...breathe deeply...

Maybe you should take a break... code with 6000+ lines is a tough thing to handle! :)

07-02-2003 11:03

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matteo

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hmm... right... I'm quite in vacation actually: the game is finished! I also finished my website and I'll start selling radical rebound through eSellerate. Hope to get the site up soon ;-)
Cheers!

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