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Excellent! I will help out here, of course, I'll have some time soon.  
 
Excellent! I will help out here, of course, I'll have some time soon.  
 
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== blog post ==
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Thanks. I am interested in supporting this format in Linux (and I am trying to build interest among other Linux hackers). Blog post on the matter: http://multimedia.cx/eggs/parsing-graf-scripts/
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--[[User:Multimedia Mike|Multimedia Mike]] 10:27, 31 Dec 2005 (EST)
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This is the guide I would have written. Nice job jumping the gun, I'll try to help with it. ;)
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[[User:Dinoguy1000|Dinoguy1000]] 22:28, 1 Jan 2006 (EST)
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== [[BMS#String|String]] ==
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In the description for the String keyword is the phrase "You can also use a numeric variable for var2" - which is it: a numeric or a variable or both, or even only those variables which contain numbers? --[[User:Barthax|Barthax]] 04:06, 19 October 2006 (EDT)
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A numeric variable would mean a variable that contains a number, like a counter or whatever. This will then be converted to a text string. So String MyString += Counter would append the number in Counter as a string to MyString.
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--[[User:Mr.Mouse|Mr.Mouse]] 04:27, 19 October 2006 (EDT)
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Thanks! I actually read it as meaning a numeric (which are inherantly variable!)... English is great! :D --[[User:Barthax|Barthax]] 11:37, 19 October 2006 (EDT)

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Excellent! I will help out here, of course, I'll have some time soon. Mr.Mouse

blog post

Thanks. I am interested in supporting this format in Linux (and I am trying to build interest among other Linux hackers). Blog post on the matter: http://multimedia.cx/eggs/parsing-graf-scripts/ --Multimedia Mike 10:27, 31 Dec 2005 (EST)

lol

This is the guide I would have written. Nice job jumping the gun, I'll try to help with it. ;)

Dinoguy1000 22:28, 1 Jan 2006 (EST)

String

In the description for the String keyword is the phrase "You can also use a numeric variable for var2" - which is it: a numeric or a variable or both, or even only those variables which contain numbers? --Barthax 04:06, 19 October 2006 (EDT)

A numeric variable would mean a variable that contains a number, like a counter or whatever. This will then be converted to a text string. So String MyString += Counter would append the number in Counter as a string to MyString.

--Mr.Mouse 04:27, 19 October 2006 (EDT)

Thanks! I actually read it as meaning a numeric (which are inherantly variable!)... English is great! :D --Barthax 11:37, 19 October 2006 (EDT)