Re: Thanks so much, but one more thing :Pby Zack (no login)
I ended up using the & type declaration because I had no need for the variable to be that large, but I know now how to if the need ever arises.
Also, I keep forgetting what I wanted to ask you guys. I had a list of things I needed help with, but then when I go to actually ask, I always forget. Anyway, I remembered the two things I was forgetting.
1) How do you double the size of an image using _PUT.
2) Also, is there a way to convert a string into an integer variable? I am trying to make a little alarm thing where you can set in how long you want it to go off. Then it writes a file for the current time and date. Then I want to add the time that they want to elapse before it rings to the original time and date, but I cant seem to figure out how to convert it. If there is an easier way to do what I am trying to do please tell me.
Thanks so much
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Use VAL() to convert a string to a number.||Solitaire on Feb 22|
|Re: How do you double the size of an image using _PUT...||on Feb 22|
|Like this...||Galleon on Feb 24|
|Thanls guys||Zack on Feb 25|