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#1 theo

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 08:46 PM

HI,
I saw something on the internet: making a quiz on my casio, but now i need to make a variable, when i make this:
"HI" :arrow: A :newline:
If A=1 :newline:
Then "OK" :newline:
Else "BYE" :newline:
IfEnd

it gives me a Syn ERROR, when i put the right button, the it says i am putting the arrow wrong after "HI"
what am i doing wrong? i use this button [->]
Thanks in advance

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 06:22 PM

HI,
I saw something on the internet: making a quiz on my casio, but now i need to make a variable, when i make this:
"HI" :arrow: A :newline:
If A=1 :newline:
Then "OK" :newline:
Else "BYE" :newline:
IfEnd

it gives me a Syn ERROR, when i put the right button, the it says i am putting the arrow wrong after "HI"
what am i doing wrong? i use this button [->]
Thanks in advance


You need to put in
"HI"? :arrow: A :newline:

You need to insert the question mark, shown above.

Good Luck

#3 theo

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 08:32 PM

You need to put in
"HI"? :arrow: A :newline:

You need to insert the question mark, shown above.

Good Luck

Ok, i got that done now..
Now i want to let someone put his age in, like this

"what's your age"? :arrow: B :newline:
"Ok, you are" (here i want to get the age displayed)
Else "fill in a valid number"

How do i display the age after he filled it in..?

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 04:11 PM

Ok, i got that done now..
Now i want to let someone put his age in, like this

"what's your age"? :arrow: B :newline:
"Ok, you are" (here i want to get the age displayed)
Else "fill in a valid number"

How do i display the age after he filled it in..?


There are more ways then 1, id go for locate now like so:

"what's your age"? :arrow: B :newline:
Cls
Locate 1,1,"Ok, you are"
Locate 13,1,B



(Make sure you find locate in the catalog instead of typing it ( That's how i used to fail (catalog is shift+ 4)))

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Posted 11 October 2008 - 12:04 AM

Oké thanks, i'll try that, but what does it stand for? can you explain it to me please? i like to learn :blink: :unsure:

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Posted 11 October 2008 - 01:58 PM

It doesnt work, when i do this the quiz restarts, and it doesn't give ok you are...

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Posted 11 October 2008 - 02:20 PM

Try placing a Stop after the code.

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Posted 15 October 2008 - 02:50 PM

Oké thanks, i'll try that, but what does it stand for? can you explain it to me please? i like to learn :blink: :unsure:

RTM
It locates text at the specified coordinates (x: 1 to 21 and y: 1 to 7)

It doesnt work, when i do this the quiz restarts, and it doesn't give ok you are...

You probably misspelled. Post what you tried exactly.

Try placing a Stop after the code.

How is that supposed to solve the problem?




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