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Re: Question about cMath- Not anwsered in cMath info on site From:
Robert Jessop

Yes you can use = sign. And also < and >. I think there's a slight bug with the parsing that means you have to make sure theres a space either side of them - i.e. (~v1 = ~v2) and not (~v1=~v2).

The variable doesn't change automatically. You have to keep reasigning it.

> can you put = signs in equations?
> and can you put cmath statements in if-then statements? ie:
> if value cmath (v1)=(.......) = 0 then .....
>
> if you assign a cmath statement in the beginning of your program using x and y coordinates , then
> will the value change as you and your enemy move
> or do you have to keep reassigning the varable?
>
> Thanks to any one who can answer that.

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