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I think that number of my question will beat my reputation value :)

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Jan
17
accepted How can I map this range to that?
Jan
17
asked How can I map this range to that?
Jan
16
comment Can I do this kind of process with a pure math function?
As I said, I can't do any assignement, and prev = n is!
Jan
16
asked Can I do this kind of process with a pure math function?
Jan
16
comment How to use Mod operator if I don't have it?
@labbhattacharjee: no, I want to store it, so I can catch when I need ;)
Jan
15
comment How to use Mod operator if I don't have it?
@labbhattacharjee: add the answer, so I can accept it and close the question ;)
Jan
13
comment How to use Mod operator if I don't have it?
That's true! If you post as question, you will get "accepted"
Jan
13
awarded  Commentator
Jan
13
comment How to use Mod operator if I don't have it?
1/4 returns 0.25, not 0 :O
Jan
13
comment How to use Mod operator if I don't have it?
no, because 1%4 will be 0... which it is not (is 1).
Jan
13
asked How to use Mod operator if I don't have it?
Jan
10
comment How can I map this range in a function?
@Oliver: of course 1 ;)
Jan
9
comment How can I map this range in a function?
It works perfect! Thank you!
Jan
9
accepted How can I map this range in a function?
Jan
9
comment How can I map this range in a function?
No, can't use boolean logic. This is what I can use: image-line.com/support/FLHelp/html/plugins/…
Jan
9
comment How can I map this range in a function?
Can't use this "syntax". I have to write it as "command line/math expression" in a software. Such as y= Input*0.25 + 0.25...
Jan
9
comment How can I map this range in a function?
Sorry, I've updated the question ;)
Jan
9
asked How can I map this range in a function?
Sep
16
accepted Scaling a scale
Sep
13
awarded  Supporter