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#1 Naga

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 05:27 PM

I need to develop an addin where inputs from user should be taken in form of a box.

Calculate the values.

Store the results in spreadsheet like format,


Logic of my program to be created:

Input "Value A" - floating point value
Input "speed" S - floating point value
Input "minutes" M - a integer
Input "seconds" N - a intger
Time T = M + (N / 60)
Calculate distance d.
Distance D = (S * T) / 60
Total X = A+D
Print Result.

Sample Input:

A = 0.00 S = 30 M=1 N=60
Time T= 1+(60/60) = 1+1 = 2
Distance D = (30 * 2)/60 = 60/60 = 1.00
Total Z = A + 1.00

Output should be in

0.00 - 1.00 - 30.00 (speed)

Now Z becomes the start value A
Again it should ask for Speed and do the rest of the calculations.

Now the output should be

0.00 - 1.00
1.00 - Z (New value)
and so on and this to be in spreadsheet format.

Post your ideas

#2 Casimo

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 05:33 PM

What about Syscall 0xCC4?

0x0CC4: int InputNumber( unsigned char *heading, int maxlen, int mode );
Displays a simple number input dialog.
heading is used as heading.
maxlen is the max. count of digits.
mode = 0: decimal; 1: hexadecimal
returns the number.

with mode = 0, hexadecimals A..F are allowed to input,
but when hitting EXE, a syntax error is displayed.






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