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AND IF conditions.

Is there a more elegant way of handling IF conditions when there is more than one criteria than just nesting two IF conditions?

Example: I want an IF statement to run if L[1] is < 3 AND IF mem < 10

Right now I script it as follows:

1.001  MATH    s[3] = "Sword of Truth +3Str +2Int +4Cha +6Sta"

2.001  IF    L[1] < 3

2.002  IF    mem < 10

2.003  SUMMON    [S3]

2.004  ENDIF

2.004  ENDIF

Is there a better way of doing this?

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Alan Woods

1.003 MATH L[1]=2

1.004 MATH mem = 8

1.005 MATH s[3] = "Sword of Truth +3Str +2Int +4Cha +6Sta"

1.006 IF L[1] < 3 && mem < 10

1.007 DISP [S3]

1.008 ENDIF

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Dexter

Thanks! I figured there had to be a way. Though only displaying the epic Sword of Truth is a lot less interesting than summoning it from the ether. Met/Cal can summon things from the ether, right?

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Dexter

Thanks! I figured there had to be a way. Though only displaying the epic Sword of Truth is a lot less interesting than summoning it from the ether. Met/Cal can summon things from the ether, right?

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