Re: [pcgen] Re: [DOCS] JEP formulas
- Hallelujah! I see the light, I'm now a JEP convert!
JEP brings some fantastic capabilities too PCGen. My new favorite is the use
of Boolean operators.
Let take for example my ridiculously complicated formula:
This progression ends at 16 at 20th level so all this math is just to get -4
in at the right levels. With JEP it can be expressed this way:
Very simple and easy to read, and it works, just tested it.
The four Boolean expressions read "Class Level is equal to or greater than x
level, if its true it returns a 1 if false it returns a zero. Very useful.
I'm working on updating the docs on this subject now.
~ Doc Chimp, Data Tamarin
~ PCGen BoD Documentation Second
- Mark Coletti wrote:
> On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 08:45:25 -0700, Kevin BrownIf I remember correctly (no guarantee) but a--e.com was exactly right.
> <kevin_brown@...> wrote:
> > >>http://gmgen.sourceforge.net/wiki/
> > >>
> > >>I just hit that website, and the links are full of hard-core porn
> > >>sites... someone might wanna check into that.
> > >
> > >
> > > Deleted!
> > > That is so not cool.
> > The changes should be able to be rolled back thanks to it being a
> wiki page, heheh.
> QuantumGIS had the same problem recently. In fact, I wonder if it was
> the same asshat. Was the offender posting links hosted by a--e.com,
> which is Russian?
> QuantumGIS locked down its WIki. It's a PITA, but was necessary.
> Apparently this had occured regularly.
> I'm taking reality in small doses to build immunity.
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