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Advanced operators [CLOSED]

Make suggestions of things to add or change in Ubercode.

Advanced operators [CLOSED]

Postby onykage on Tue Apr 14, 2009 8:24 pm

it would really be nice to include some of the more advanced operands used in math and sum vars.

ex:
i <- i + 1 would be i++
i <- 1 - i would be --i
i <- i + j would be i += j
i <- j - i would be j -= i
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Re: advanced operators

Postby ubercode on Thu Apr 23, 2009 5:25 pm

These operators would be useful for experienced programmers but they could confuse beginners. I want Ubercode to be as easy to learn as possible, so I'm not keen on them!
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