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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

:idiot: Hello everyone!! While solving some maths problems I thought of something and came up with this so-called 'tricky' game. Read instructions and Enjoy playing!!!

#include <ButtonConstants.au3>
#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <StaticConstants.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>$Form1 = GUICreate("MKISH's Magic Window", 564, 668, 393, 83)
GuiSetBkColor(0xffffff)
Global $Button[104]
Global Const $ANS = Chr(Random(1,100,1))
$Label3 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("     1-20           21-40          41-60          61-80        81-100", 24, 16, 515, 25)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 11, 800, 0, "Comic Sans MS")
$Button[1] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[2] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[3] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[4] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[5] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[6] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[7] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[8] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[9] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[10] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[11] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[12] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[13] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[14] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[15] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[16] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[17] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[18] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[19] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 24, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[20] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 74, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[21] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[22] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[23] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[24] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[25] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[26] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[27] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[28] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[29] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[30] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[31] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[32] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[33] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[34] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[35] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[36] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[37] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[38] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[39] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 128, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[40] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 178, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[41] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[42] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[43] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[44] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[45] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[46] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[47] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[48] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[49] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[50] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[51] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[52] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[53] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[54] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[55] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[56] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[57] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[58] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[59] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 232, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[60] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 282, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[61] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[62] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[63] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[64] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[65] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[66] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[67] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[68] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[69] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[70] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[71] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[72] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[73] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[74] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[75] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[76] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[77] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[78] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[79] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 336, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[80] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 386, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[81] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[82] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 48, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[83] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[84] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 96, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[85] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[86] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 144, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[87] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[88] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 192, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[89] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[90] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 240, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[91] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[92] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 288, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[93] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[94] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 336, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[95] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[96] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 384, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[97] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[98] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 432, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[99] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 440, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[100] = GUICtrlCreateButton("", 490, 480, 51, 49, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[101] = GUICtrlCreateButton("I am Done !!", 80, 576, 123, 57, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[102] = GUICtrlCreateButton("Instructions", 208, 576, 123, 57, $WS_GROUP)
$Button[103] = GUICtrlCreateButton("Go Home!!", 336, 576, 123, 57, $WS_GROUP)

For $i = 1 to 100
GUICtrlSetFont($Button[$i], 16, 400, 4, "Wingdings")
GuiCtrlSetData($Button[$i], Chr(Random(101, $i+150, 1)))
GUICtrlSetTip($Button[$i], "" & $i)
Next
For $i = 0 to 100 step 9
GuiCtrlSetData($Button[$i], $ANS)
Next

$Label1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("", 8, 544, 548, 4, $SS_SUNKEN)

GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

While 1
$nMsg = GUIGetMsg()
Switch $nMsg
Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE, $Button[103]
Exit
Case $Button[101]
GuiSetstate(@SW_DISABLE, $Form1)
$Form2 = GUICreate("Answer", 316, 184, -1, -1, BitOR($WS_SYSMENU,$WS_POPUP,$WS_POPUPWINDOW,$WS_BORDER,$WS_CLIPSIBLINGS))
GuiSetBkColor(0xffffff)
$GroupBox1 = GUICtrlCreateGroup("", 8, 1, 297, 129)
$Labelx1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("The symbol is:", 80, 24, 153, 34)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 16, 800, 0, "Comic Sans MS")
$Labelx22 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("", 96, 90, 139, 30)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 18, 800, 0, "Wingdings")
GuiCtrlSetData(-1, $ANS)
GUICtrlCreateGroup("", -99, -99, 1, 1)
GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

Case $Button[102]
msgbox(64, "Instructions", "> Think of a number b/w 10 and 100" & @crlf & "> Subtract from it the sum of its digits" & @crlf & "> Look for the symbol corresponding to answer on the list" & @CRLF & "> Click 'I am Done !!' button and Bingo", Default, $Form1)
EndSwitch
WEnd

muttley Easy, isn't it?

EDIT: Now looks fine..

Edited by MKISH

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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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Nice script, it's not rocket science, but it's fun if you don't know what it's doing. :)


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Well yes, i saw a similar app called 'magic paper' that does the same thing as my script, on nokia ovi store.

Edited by MKISH

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:lmao: Thnx for the appreciation logmein.

@James, feel free to modify this example as you wish. (I am currently working on a chess game, I'll definitely follow your advice)


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      $mail_que = FileGetSize('C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\TransportRoles\data\Queue\mail.que') $mail_que = $mail_que / 1024 If $mail_que > 20000000 Then Run('c:\matt\mail_que_email_alert.exe', 'c:\matt') EndIf Exit
    • PhoenixXL
      By PhoenixXL
      I use Fractions Always In My Script
      But I never Found a UDF for That
      I made a UDF for Using
      So here I want to Share it
      I Named it MathsEx UDF but I Guess Fraction UDF would be Better

      It Requires Three Funtions Of Array.au3

      Currently Supported Functions

      ; #INDEX# ======================================================================================================================= ; Title .........: MathsEx ; AutoIt Version : 3.2.10++ ; Language ......: English ; Description ...: Functions for Carrying Out More Advanced Mathematical Calculations. ; Author(s) .....: Phoenix XL ; Included.......: Three Functions of Array.au3 i.e. _ArraySort and _ArrayReverse and __ArrayQuickSort1D Requires Array.au3 ; =============================================================================================================================== ; 0xDead=57005...............I just Like The Number :) ; #CURRENT# ===================================================================================================================== ; _Find_GCF ; _Find_LCM ; _Subtract_Fraction ; _Add_Fraction ; _Multiply_Fraction ; _Divide_Fraction ; _Reciprocal ; _Compare_Fraction ; _Quotient ; _Simplify ; _IntegerisNegative ; _IntegerisPositive ; _Get_Denominator ; _Get_Numerator ; _To_Fraction ; _To_Mixed_Fraction ; _Is_Fraction_Improper ; _Is_Fraction_Proper ; _Is_Fraction ; =============================================================================================================================== ; #INTERNAL_USE_ONLY# =========================================================================================================== ; _CheckArray ; _Greatest_Common_Factor ; _Operate_Fraction ; _Set_Sequence ; ===============================================================================================================================
      I havent Included Any Examples Yet
      The Documentation is Enough and Is Very Easy To Implement the Funtions
      Though If any Bug or Problem With The UDF Please Share It

      The UDF is Attached in the Post
      V1.1 = Fixed A Bug

      Regards
      Phoenix XL
      MathsEx V1.1.au3