More Check Once Statements

Hey y’all! I’d like to see some more check once statements. For example, I’d like to see “Check once if ( ) is a multiple of ( )”. I think that this would be pretty cool. Do you guys?

@Ana @Rodrigo @AwesomeOnion

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don’t understand

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It would basically check if the variable is a multiple of something. So you could do
Check once if (Test) is a multiple of (2)

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I’m not really big on this because that could be done with

check once if “test” % (modulo/remainder) 2 = 0

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This probably is possible somehow with the math operators.

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That’s possible to do already.

Just do this, but with whatever’s numbers you want instead of x and y.

When [(x) % (y)] = 0 {
       // whatever you want 
 }

The % is the modulus operator, which checks for and returns the remainder after dividing. If the reminder (mod) is 0, that means there’s no remainder and that x is a multiple of y.

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could also do this:

if round(x/3) = (x/3):
      //do something
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Woah, that’s cool. I never knew that.

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That is a cool idea!

There could also be
check once if () is touching ()

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Yup! That’d also be awesome!

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Bump

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bump
a check once if (Object1) is touching (Object2) statement would be awesome as well

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I commented how they should add a if multiple of block, it would be amazing.:smile:

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There’s actually a way you can do this haha

Just do “check once if [(number you wanna check) % (number the first number is/isnt a multiple of)] =0”

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@FearlessPhoenix Thank you

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