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Adding variables working sporadically, any work around?

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foster74

When running the following code:

$Var1 = 9.05
$Var2 = 8.81
$Var3 = $Var2 + .24
$Var4 = $Var1 = $Var3
$Var5 = $Var1 - $Var3
msgbox(0,"TEST","$Var4 = " & $Var4 & @CRLF & "$Var5 = " & $Var5)

$Var1 = 8.05
$Var2 = 7.81
$Var3 = $Var2 + .24
$Var4 = $Var1 = $Var3
$Var5 = $Var1 - $Var3
msgbox(0,"TEST 2","$Var4 = " & $Var4 & @CRLF & "$Var5 = " & $Var5)

The first message box displays the expected text. "$Var4 = True $Var5 = 0"

The second displays: "$Var4 = False $Var5 = 1.77635683940025e-015"

Any ideas? Thanks.

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$Var1 = 9.05
$Var2 = 8.81
$Var3 = Eval($Var2 + .24)
$Var4 = $Var1 = $Var3
$Var5 = $Var1 - $Var3
msgbox(0,"TEST","$Var4 = " & $Var4 & @CRLF & "$Var5 = " & $Var5)

$Var1 = 8.05
$Var2 = 7.81
$Var3 = Eval($Var2 + .24)
$Var4 = $Var1 = $Var3
$Var5 = $Var1 - $Var3
msgbox(0,"TEST 2","$Var4 = " & $Var4 & @CRLF & "$Var5 = " & $Var5)

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foster74

Awesome, thank you very much! It turns out it's actually Execute not Eval that was needed, but it sent me right to it! I was stuck on that one for a long time, since it works without Execute most of the time. Thanks again.

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heh lol yeah I see:

$Var1 = 9.05
ConsoleWrite($Var1 & @CRLF)
$Var2 = 8.81
ConsoleWrite($Var2 & @CRLF)
$Var3 = Execute($Var2 + 0.24)
ConsoleWrite($Var3 & @CRLF)
$Var4 = Execute($Var1 == $Var3)
ConsoleWrite($Var4 & @CRLF)
$Var5 = Execute($Var1 - $Var3)
msgbox(0,"TEST","$Var4 = " & $Var4 & @CRLF & "$Var5 = " & $Var5)

$Var1 = 8.05
ConsoleWrite($Var1 & @CRLF)
$Var2 = 7.81
ConsoleWrite($Var2 & @CRLF)
$Var3 = Execute($Var2 + .24)
ConsoleWrite($Var3 & @CRLF)
$Var4 = Execute($Var1 == $Var3)
ConsoleWrite($Var4 & @CRLF)
$Var5 = Execute($Var1 - $Var3)
msgbox(0,"TEST 2","$Var4 = " & $Var4 & @CRLF & "$Var5 = " & $Var5)
ConsoleWrite('(\/ )' & @CRLF & '( o0)' & @CRLF & '(")(")' & @CRLF)

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