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**Programming/Scripting/Development/Web Design / Re: Hey, BASIC Programmers...**

« **on:**May 04, 2010, 11:19:27 am »

BASIC calculates everything inside parenthesis first, and then goes to the next level from there. It cannot do algebra or things of that nature. Also, you would need to specify multiplication operators cuz BASIC doesn't know that parenthesis after a variable/number means to multiply.

IV = ((Math.Ceiling(Stat / Personality Value) - 5) * 100 / Level Value) - 2 * Base Stat ? Math.Floor(Effort Points / 4)

Would likely be something like:

IV = ((Math.Ceiling * (Stat / Personality Value) - 5) * 100 / Level Value) - 2 * Base Stat

I'm not sure what the question mark here stands for, so I'm not sure on how to proceed from there...

IV = ((Math.Ceiling(Stat / Personality Value) - 5) * 100 / Level Value) - 2 * Base Stat ? Math.Floor(Effort Points / 4)

Would likely be something like:

IV = ((Math.Ceiling * (Stat / Personality Value) - 5) * 100 / Level Value) - 2 * Base Stat

**?**Math.Floor * (Effort Points / 4)I'm not sure what the question mark here stands for, so I'm not sure on how to proceed from there...