MeNTeN 2021-06-05 02:13
Can i use "×" and "÷"? Or only way to use "*" and "/"?
was8bit 2021-06-05 05:27 (Edited)
Code wise, can only use the operators as shown in the HELP section...
Symbol Example Purpose
- -B Negation
^ X^3 Exponentiation
* 2*Y Multiplication
/ X/2 Division
\ X\2 Integer Division
+ C+2 Addition
- 100-D Subtraction
MOD X MOD 2 Modulo
Operations are performed in mathematical order, for example multiplications and divisions are performed before additions and subtractions.
The order can be specified explicitly through the use of parentheses, for example:
was8bit 2021-06-05 05:30
For DISPLAYING purposes, you can show the more commonly used symbols...
MeNTeN 2021-06-05 05:57
I want displaying the symbols , but i'm said unexpected character.
was8bit 2021-06-05 06:53 (Edited)
If you know ASCII, lowres is restricted to characters #32 to #95
Lowres NX secretly uses page#4 of the character set for FONT graphics... i have added a font set to this page to demonstrate...
If you leave page#4 blank, LowresNX uses a default font... however, when you add a font set to page#4, lowres then uses YOUR font set...
Notice how i changed M and N.... i only did this to show you a trick... redesign a character you are not using, and make it a character you want...
Now, for example, you can use PRINT "M" and you will see my redesigned M which now likes like × and N now looks like ÷
MeNTeN 2021-06-05 07:01
thanks! I changed the font ＊ to × and / to ÷.
was8bit 2021-06-05 07:09 (Edited)
I am happy to help :)