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#1 CrimsonCasio


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Posted 02 November 2003 - 09:20 PM

hello everyone, I dont know how many of you knew you could do this but I just figgured it out after lots of brainstorming and scanning the manual. I didn't think we could create matrixes of variable size and that is very frustrating, but I discovered that the Fill command no longer just fills a matrix, now it can create a matrix too. if you do fill(#,{width},{height})=>mat1 it will create a matrix of that size filled with the # and stor it to mat1. now I have lots of programming to do with this and must be off :greengrin: :beer: :rlol:

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