Twice, actually. Once when a changes, once when b changes. The reason is that today the solver is "aggressive". As soon as something changes it updatesthpr
Hi Tom How clever is it? If I have c = a + b; e = d + e and I do a += 1; b -= 1 (not lst syntax, go with it) does it recalculate e? andrew On 12 February 2016ytitendi
Yes, in a rush to produce an example, I used addition where it doesn't work that way :) More along this line: C=if(A<4,B,2)E=D+C If A changes from 2 to 3, thenthpr
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