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Min and Max

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how come this doesn't work :)

#include <Math.au3>
$Min = InputBox("Exact experience to level" , "how much experience do you got" , "0" , "" , 200 , 50)
If @Error = 1 Then Exit
$Max = InputBox("Exact experience to level" , "how much experience do you need" , "0" , "" , 200 , 50)
If @Error = 1 Then Exit
    
$x = _Max($Min, $Max) 
MsgBox(0 , "" , $x)

can't use variables? (I need to though)

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how come this doesn't work :)

#include <Math.au3>
$Min = InputBox("Exact experience to level" , "how much experience do you got" , "0" , "" , 200 , 50)
If @Error = 1 Then Exit
$Max = InputBox("Exact experience to level" , "how much experience do you need" , "0" , "" , 200 , 50)
If @Error = 1 Then Exit
    
$x = _Max($Min, $Max) 
MsgBox(0 , "" , $x)

can't use variables? (I need to though)

$Min and $Max are strings, so you need

$x = _Max(number($Min), Number($Max))


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$Min and $Max are strings, so you need

$x = _Max(number($Min), Number($Max))

thanks didn't know of that function

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