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#80065 - 2001-05-04 11:31 AM New operators: Power (^) and Modulo (%)
Richard H. Administrator Offline
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Power (^):
2^3 = 8
5^2 = 25

Modulo/Remainder (%):
10 % 3 = 1
10 % 5 = 0

Re-think: I used the & and ^ because they are commonly used in other languages, but the % sign might cause the parser problems (environment vars) so maybe functions POWER(x,y) and MODULO(x,y).

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Richard Howarth

[This message has been edited by rhowarth (edited 04 May 2001).]

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#80066 - 2001-05-11 01:49 AM Re: New operators: Power (^) and Modulo (%)
Anonymous
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For now, simply use UDF's. You can get UDF's for both your requestes from http://www.scriptlogic.com/kixtart
-Brian

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