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    UGC variables

    How can i use user (D1...D99) or system (S1...S99) variables in blank definition?

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    Re: UGC variables

    hy that's igf's blank definition ?

    what are you after ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlykitten View Post
    hy that's igf's blank definition ?

    what are you after ?
    Not igf, it is part program definition.

    DEF WORK
    PS LC,[0,0],[D99,37]
    PS LC,[0,0],[D50,29],0
    END

    CLEAR
    DRAW
    This code is running but i don't know how can i change D99 or D50 value.
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge."

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    Re: UGC variables

    hello, after reading your initial reply, i was wondering if you were looking for those variables, so to solve this previous post of yours : https://www.cnczone.com/forums/okuma...c-command.html

    yup, it seems you never give up

    by the way, if you succed, then you will postprocess this code ? you wish to make those definitios from a pc ?
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