Re: [Clip]Integer was: Regular oppression
- Hi Lotta,
>>^!IfFalse ^$IsNumber(^%Data%)$ SkipMethinks a lot of Americans forget they learned "integer" in
>>^!Info ^%Data% is a number, or integer if you will. ;)
>I did some searching to find the correct English word :-). Seems
>like this is a language problem again. Thought a 'number' could
>have decimals, so I took it ^!IsNumber distinguished between
>numeric and alphabetical characters. If number = integer it's
>exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.
early school because we normally say "number" except for say
programmers and "math people." You will find "integer" a few
places in Help like:
^!If Integer1 <>= Integer2 GoToLabelTrue [ELSE GoToLabelFalse]
^$IsNumber(number)$ will work on negative and positive natural
number, but as I stated it will not on say 19.95
H=IsWhat - Batter up! 2 balls, 1 strike, eaeaeah, swing batter, batter, batter, swing!!!
>> >2. How do I make a Clip open a folder in the same way as ifDon't you hate it when that happens! :) Yes, it was available in
>I have forgotten how to make the red ears smilie. But I'm blushing.
version 2.63 and earlier versions. <vbg>
>>For more info look in I think C:\Windows\Tips.txtThat would save a lot of users a lot of time if came up right
>Found that one some time ago. There is good stuff about keyboard
>short cuts and DOS for the simple minded like me in Tips too.
>Bill ought to put all those hidden little things in their own
after install, but who reads that stuff anyway. :)
BTW, if you follow the batter through with the other pitches, I
predict he will walk to first base on the next two pitches. :-)
Check out the post from Wayne - really worth reading the whole
thing, but if not, skip to the chart and the Clip that made it.
[Clip] IsCapitalized and other Is Functions
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