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Old May 3rd, 2001, 12:23 PM
Hi
While waiting for my AB CD to arrive, I'm using ABLite and the
Construction Kit. Here is my first problem...

I want to take a stat (say ST), divide by 4, round that up, then
multiply by 75, and apply that as the cost of the ability.

cost:expr=ST/4-roundup*75
cost:expr=ST/4*75-clipup

both sound credible to me, but are deemed illegal. What's the
solution, oh assembled gurus?

Wulf
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Old May 5th, 2001, 11:47 AM
One fine day in the middle of the night, wulfc@wulf.demon.co.uk got up
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>Hi
>While waiting for my AB CD to arrive, I'm using ABLite and the
>Construction Kit. Here is my first problem...
>
>I want to take a stat (say ST), divide by 4, round that up, then
>multiply by 75, and apply that as the cost of the ability.
>
>cost:expr=ST/4-roundup*75

This won't work, because the -roundup has to come after all the
arithmetic stuff.

>cost:expr=ST/4*75-clipup
>
>both sound credible to me, but are deemed illegal. What's the
>solution, oh assembled gurus?

-roundup and -clipup can only be used on stat operations, not costs.
You'd need to create another stat, called perhaps Temp1, and use that,
like so:

stat:Temp1=(ST/4*75)-clipup
cost:stat@Temp1 or expr=Temp1

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Old May 7th, 2001, 01:47 PM
On Sat, 5 May 2001 18:14:31 +0100, Colen 'Skrillboy' McAlister
<demandred@skrill.org> wrote:

>-roundup and -clipup can only be used on stat operations, not costs.
>You'd need to create another stat, called perhaps Temp1, and use that,
>like so:
>
>stat:Temp1=(ST/4*75)-clipup
>cost:stat@Temp1 or expr=Temp1

Ah, got it. Thanks.

Wulf
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