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Float, integer and type numbers using ACL

pzorrilla
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Float, integer and type numbers using ACL

Hello again experts!!

I'm trying to execute some math operations with ACL, specifically with
float numbers, however I can not work with float type, I don't know why
but I suppose is because I have to do a kind of conversion, please
anybody can help me with this?!

Thanks in advance.
Best regards!!

Paulette Zorrilla
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ACL has never worked with floating-point math. Been that way for as long as I can remember (Adept 5.x, I'm getting to old for this).

Oh! Ok, thank you so much, I decided to change my operations and now I'm working with integers.


Best Regards!


Paulette Zorrilla

I've attached some code that was provided by Arbortext to help us customize Adept 8.

It started life as .cmd but I think it'll work as a .acl without mods (I made it .txt to be email friendly).

It's so old it creaks but it's serves.

If you trace the code you get a sense of how archeologists must feel deciphering Babylonian cuneiform.


Regards,
Jeffrey Bumgardner




OMG!! This is a pretty large code, however it's really amazing. I will be checking it and trying to understand how it works! Thank you very much, I really appreciate your help. =D


Regards, Paulette Zorrilla

Why I love this mailing list. Now I just need to come up with requirement
requiring floats.


On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 12:15 PM, Bumgardner, Jeffrey CIV SWRMC 252 <
jeffrey.bumgardner@navy.mil> wrote:

> I've attached some code that was provided by Arbortext to help us
> customize Adept 8.
>
> It started life as .cmd but I think it'll work as a .acl without mods (I
> made it .txt to be email friendly).
>
> It's so old it creaks but it's serves.
>
> If you trace the code you get a sense of how archeologists must feel
> deciphering Babylonian cuneiform.
>
>
> Regards,
> Jeffrey Bumgardner
>
>
>
>
>

We used it for man-hour calculations to the tenth of an hour. Authors populate tags for the job (E.g.Supervision at1.5hr +2 Craftsmen at 3.0hrs + 3 Helpers at 3.0hrs) and the ACL automatically populates the Total =16.5 hrs.

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