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File Name: AutoIt v3.3.9.21 Beta

File Submitter: Jon

File Submitted: 11 Sep 2013

File Category: Beta



3.3.9.21 (11th September, 2013) (Beta)
AutoIt:
- Added #2443: Monospaced in Fonts appendix.

- Changed: Documentation for StringRegExp() re-written by jchd.
- Changed: Default newline character for PCRE regexes changed to ANYCRLF.

- Fixed #2066: DllStructSetData() returning int64 instead of int32 in some cases.
- Fixed #2427: ControlTreeView() does not used Option2.
- Fixed #2455: Mouse Cursor not changing on resizable GUIs.
- Fixed #2105: RegRead() and DWORD types incorrectly stored as double.
- Fixed #2299: GUI Button Text Left-Justify for colored button.
- Fixed #1954: ListViewItem returns 0 (failure) even though it populates the ListView.
- Fixed #2152: X^2 Not Working in Hex().
- Fixed #1870: @GUI_DRAGFILE.



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File Name: AutoIt v3.3.9.21 Beta File Submitter: Jon File Submitted: 11 Sep 2013 File Category: Beta 3.3.9.21 (11th September, 2013) (Beta) AutoIt: - Added #2443: Monospaced in Fonts appendix.

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No, my fault :P Edited by FireFox

 

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rdr,

As always, there will be a release when Jon thinks it is ready. :)

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I'm not sure why Hex() was ever changed from using only integers to be honest. The few people who know what the output means could easily do it in about 4 lines anyway. 

Jon, The only time the output should be converted to an integer is if: Both operands are integral and the exponent is positive. That's basically what TranceXX is saying here.

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Hex wasn't touched. The code changed was at the low level and is something JP said he'd verified. The code "looks" right in that it does indeed check for integers but it turns out some code that determines the integer status is also flawed.

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I'm not sure why Hex() was ever changed from using only integers to be honest. The few people who know what the output means could easily do it in about 4 lines anyway.

That can be said for half of the built-in functions - 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 lines of script code from people who know. Your argument isn't right.

Hex was "changed" because it didn't do what it was said it should do. Hex(2.1) is not 0002.

Do you understand now?

...What I should have done back then was add new function Hex2() and remove documentation for Hex(). And fight another war.

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That can be said for half of the built-in functions - 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 lines of script code from people who know. Your argument isn't right.

Hex was "changed" because it didn't do what it was said it should do. Hex(2.1) is not 0002.

Do you understand now?

...What I should have done back then was add new function Hex2() and remove documentation for Hex(). And fight another war.

Yes, but the difference is the people that don't know. The built in functions make the language simple.

Why couldn't Hex() say in the docs that it only takes integers as input? Quick docs change and everyone is happy.

Besides, I think Hex(2.1) should return 2.19999...., that's the correct answer.

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Yes, but the difference is the people that don't know. The built in functions make the language simple.

Uhm, that's what I said.

Why couldn't Hex() say in the docs that it only takes integers as input? Quick docs change and everyone is happy.

 

Besides, I think Hex(2.1) should return 2.19999...., that's the correct answer.

Excellent point. Not.

Because that was never the case, because it doesn't make sense, because it can take strings, because of your first sentence, because because because. It was a bug, nothing more.

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lol

This actually made me giggle.

Wow.  Passive aggressive much?

You said goodbye to the community on your first post!

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