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04-25-2007, 04:41 AM
Hey there...

Iīm trying to build an expressions that goes like this:

if (ctrl_FootLf.Tap > < 0) {
ikHandleToeLf.ikBlend = 0;
} else {
ikHandleToeLf.ikBlend = 1;

But there's a syntax error here: "(ctrl_FootLf.Tap > < 0)", cause you canīt use "<" and ">" at the same time, which I donīt get it, because you can use them with the "=" like this: "(ctrl_FootLf.Tap >= 0)"

So the question is, how do I write this expression in a way that the "ikHandleToeLf.ikBlend" will be only equal to 1 if "ctrl_FootLf.Tap" is equal to 0, otherwise, "ikHandleToeLf.ikBlend" will be equal to 0.

hopefully I was clear about this... can anyone help me please?

04-25-2007, 06:17 AM
in the help file look for "Comparison Expressions" :

<compare_operand> == <compare_operand> -- equal
<compare_operand> != <compare_operand> -- not equal
<compare_operand> > <compare_operand> -- greater than
<compare_operand> < <compare_operand> -- less than
<compare_operand> >= <compare_operand> -- greater than or equal
<compare_operand> <= <compare_operand> -- less than or equal

if (ctrl_FootLf.Tap != 0)

04-25-2007, 04:00 PM
Thanks man! Iīm still learning about programming, and so I always end up getting this kind of problems...

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