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GodForsakenSoul

very very easy question >.<;;

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GodForsakenSoul

i... hate myself right now as i can't figure out one simple thing.

multiplication. what's the sign for it?

add = +

subtract = -

divide = /

multiply = ?

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Jos

i... hate myself right now as i can't figure out one simple thing.

multiplication. what's the sign for it?

add = +

subtract = -

divide = /

multiply = ?

You should hate yourself for not opening the Helpfile and doing a search on Multiply. :P

Jos


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Andreik

I can not believe you have more than 10 posts and still not have used the multiplication operator.


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GodForsakenSoul

@James: *headdesk* of course.... the logical answer... i really did headdesk btw....

also, i CAN do basic multiplication, i just couldn't make my script do it -__-;;

@Jos: i did. "no results found"

@Andreik: i... never needed it till now xD

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Jos

@Jos: i did. "no results found"

You are sure you used the Search tap and typed Multiply or multiplication, because it does give several hits and the second one is the one you want.. Edited by Jos

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ajag

Did you ever use a calculator? On every calculator the multipli-sign is '*'. Or look at the Num-Pad on your Keyboard, there you can find the '*' also.


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