Matte

08-17-2007, 09:34 PM

Hey,

Been thinking on and off to try and solve this one now, i cant seem to come up with a solution. Iam trying to make a condition (using conditionnode/s) that only is true when both the first term an second term is 1. Both the first term and the second term is variable, so at times, both terms are 0, which means the conditionnode spits out true (since "Equal" means equal regardless). But i want it only to spit out true when 1 == 1, not when 0 == 0. Been trying to figure out how to use other nodes in conjunction with conditionnodes to solve the problem but so far havnt come up with a solution. Anyone?

/Matte

Been thinking on and off to try and solve this one now, i cant seem to come up with a solution. Iam trying to make a condition (using conditionnode/s) that only is true when both the first term an second term is 1. Both the first term and the second term is variable, so at times, both terms are 0, which means the conditionnode spits out true (since "Equal" means equal regardless). But i want it only to spit out true when 1 == 1, not when 0 == 0. Been trying to figure out how to use other nodes in conjunction with conditionnodes to solve the problem but so far havnt come up with a solution. Anyone?

/Matte