Oh yeah, modulus!

I knew about this from earlier experience with Naalaa, (so how did I forget pow# ?)

But someone new might not know and this one works like operator + or - or * or / not like a function.

Modulus returns the remainder part eg, 5 divided by 2 = 2 Remainder 1, so 5 % 2 returns 1.

So the % represents modulus operator, or if you want to call it the remainder operator,

Another example: 13 % 10 returns 3, as 13 divided by 10 has remainder of 3.

Code:

`wln 5 % 2`

'result is 1

wait keydown

(07-24-2018, 01:15 PM)cvirus Wrote: The pow#(x#, y#) is in docs, inside math link.

for cls you must first set color then do the cls stuff and then set the color again.

example:

Code:

`set color 0,0,0`

cls

set color 255,255,25

sety caret 0, 0

center "something"

I could not find pow# under Documents > Maths

http://retrogamecoding.org/board/index.p...1604;image
What other "inside math link" might there be?

PS I also searched the libraries for something, plenty of vector stuff! but I did not see anything on power.

I just downloaded Windows Naalaa very recently.

Oh hey!

I just added pow to my list of keywords. Now it highlights like a real command when I type it in Editor.