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looklookis
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How to use the conditional operator

Post by looklookis »

Actual use of, any examples.

Conditional operator:

<condition> ? <expr. if true.> : <expr. if false.>

if (condition)
then
expr. if true
else
expr. if false
end if
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

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Alright, let's start:

[msConditionExample]
Measure=Calc
Formula=Random > 50 ? 1 : 2
DynamicVariables=1
IfAboveValue=1
IfAboveAction=!RainmeterMoveMeter 0 0 mtMeter
IfBelowValue=2
IfBelowAction=!RainmeterMoveMeter 10 10 mtMeter

So, what this says is if the formula is over 50 1 is the number spat out. If it's under 50 2 is the number spat out.
That way, 0-50=1 and 51-100=1 (technically it's more than 100 I think, but that's not the point)
Then, for the actions, if =1 the meter is moved to x=0 and y=0
If =2 the meter is moved to x=10 and y=10

Now, you can use DynamicVariables with this, or basically change anything in this to do something else. This code seems pretty useless in this example, but it does help.
The biggest thing it does that's useful that I can thing of is takes a range of numbers and makes it one number.


The part under the actual equation in your post is just what each value does in order.
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

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Actually want to start a 1 plus 1 will be implemented until the 100 desktop display Meter, so I can play after the show finished animation Meter.
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

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Well, if I understand you correctly, you want something to keep adding by 1 until 100?
A counter is what you want. That updates by time.

Otherwise, you'd want

[Variables]
Variable=1

[msCalc]
Measure=Calc
Formula=#Variable#+1 = 1 ? 1 : #Variable#+1 = 2 ? 2 : #Variable#+1 = 3 ? #Variable#+1 = 4 ? 4 : #Variable#+1 = 5 ? 5: #Variable#+1 = 6 ? 6 : #Variable#+1 = 7 ? 7 : #Variable#+1 = 8 ? 8 : #Variable#+1 = 9 ? 9 : 10
DynamicVariables=1

For animation... that's not recommended. You could, theoretically have 10 slides in your animation and you would need a lot of repeptitive ifactions, but a bitmap is much better. http://rainmeter.net/cms/Tips-AnimatedGIF
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

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[Variables]
Var=1
Max=100

[msCalc]
Measure=Calc
Formula=(#Var#+1)>=#Max#?#Max#:#Var#+1
DynamicVariables=1

[msSet]
Measure=Calc
Formula=msCalc
IfAboveValue=0
IfAboveAction=!RainmeterSetVariable Var [msCalc]
DynamicVariables=1
This would increase the Variable Var by one until it reaches 100 via a calc measure.
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

Post by looklookis »

2 only shows the desktop, without any calculation.

[Rainmeter]
update=1000

[Variables]
FontName=Bauhaus Lt BT
FontColor=255, 0, 0,
Var=1
Max=100

;[MeasureCalc]
;Measure=Calc
;Formula=Counter%#Max#

[msCalc]
Measure=Calc
Formula=(#Var#+1)>=#Max#?#Max#:#Var#+1
DynamicVariables=1

[msSet]
easure=Calc
Formula=msCalc
IfAboveValue=0
IfAboveAction=!RainmeterSetVariable Var [msCalc]
DynamicVariables=1

[look]
Meter=STRING
MeasureName=msCalc
X=0
Y=0
FontColor=#FontColor# 100
FontSize=70
FontFace=#FontName#
Text=%1
StringAlign=LEFT
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

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What exactly are you trying to do?
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

Post by maminscris »

if you want to show only one measure in the meter with no additional text you do not need Text= in the meter code
Zero at programing, zero at writing codes, so far 2 at making images
But I'm good at copy/paste, and I not always like this
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

Post by looklookis »

If the formula can be calculated from 1 to 100 ,Naturally on the desktop display .
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Re: How to use the conditional operator

Post by JpsCrazy »

What do you mean by 'Naturally on the desktop display'?
If you're just wondering if you can count to 100 in Rainmeter and stop, of course you can.
But as smurfier showed you, there's no condition just in case there was any confusion.