[LON-CAPA-users] (no subject)
Mon, 22 Jan 2007 08:31:09 -0500
Oops, I didn't realize I was doing C style comparison operators.
OK, I changed that. It now looks like
and still gives the traditional undefined value.
It seems like whenever I try and access "tries" things mess up.
Does the EXPANDSUM look at part 0 (stores_0_tries)? Since this is blank, I
am wondering if that messes up the construct.
Or, maybe the negative signs are a problem?
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Date: 01/22/2007 01:57AM
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> I am playing with my scoring mechanism in the spreadsheet again, and
> the line below.
> It of course gives the standard "undefined value" response.
> Anyone know what the error is?
> The stores_0_tries value is blank or empty; all the rest of them have
> numbers in them.
( '=' is assignment, '==' is numerical comparison, 'eq' is text comparison
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