Store commands alter the contents of memory locations
The following commands are not supported in versions earlier 2.46:
Store will store a value in a memory location:
a b store
will store a into b. Rather than a and b, you are more likely to see something like this:
40 .up store
Inc and Dec
Inc increases a memory location by 1
Dec increases a memory location by 1
You cannot inc or dec the sysvars 1 - 8.
Thanks to Endy for the following:
You can hold memory locations at certain values using inc and dec. This technique allows you to "freeze" values or to raise or lower a number to a value and then freeze it.
This is best used for when you need a value at a constant number, but without the cost of continously storring it.
' Basic method to demonstrate ' Will keep .tieloc at -1 permanently cond start .tieloc *.tieloc *.tieloc div mult inc .tieloc dec stop
' More complex method demonstrates freezing ' at a value with .ploc=7 cond start ' When *.ploc = 7 dec by 1 .ploc *.ploc 7 sub 1000 mult add dec .ploc inc stop
Primarily these are for use with SG's or condtionless bots but I'm sure you all can find other uses for them. Unfortunately memory locations 1 - 8 do not allow this.