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Really? I got it to work with multidigit numbersUsing:Text(25,25,"0",A->DecAlso a somewhat relating question, how would you put together 2 strings and store it into a new string?

:[0000000000000000....]->GDB1:For(A,0,8):rand^10->{GDB1+A}:End

Wouldnt make sense to have any

Quote from: epic7 on November 22, 2011, 10:06:42 pmWouldnt make sense to have any ..unless it's part of a line of code with variable inputs, set up in a way that might have it happen.

It's not always the same though. If you Copy(L1,L1+1,100), it will first copy L1 into L1+1, and then L1+1 into L1+2, effectively filling L1 to L1+100 with the first element, instead of shifting.

Quote from: Builderboy on November 22, 2011, 10:35:06 pmIt's not always the same though. If you Copy(L1,L1+1,100), it will first copy L1 into L1+1, and then L1+1 into L1+2, effectively filling L1 to L1+100 with the first element, instead of shifting. To fix:Copy(L1+98,L1+99,100){r}(I think)

Copy(L1,L1+1,10)

For(A,0,9){A+L1}→{A+L1+1}End

{L1}→{L1+1}{L1+1}→{L1+2}{L1+2}→{L1+3}{L1+3}→{L1+4}{L1+4}→{L1+5}{L1+5}→{L1+6}{L1+6}→{L1+7}{L1+7}→{L1+8}{L1+8}→{L1+9}{L1+9}→{L1+10}

Fill(L1,10)