Friday, August 31, 2012



Integers on a line
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Are equally spaced points along a number line, like the one above.
They are considered natural numbers(positive and negative ones), which means they can't be 0.321, or -0.6123.

                                                 In math their symbol looks like ---->

which stands for Zahlen, a German word which means Numbers. O_O 

Now in ICE, an Integer looks like:

ICE Integer
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 Its Ports are dark green, and it can only put out "whole numbers", 1, -1, 0 ect.
A really good way to keep NaNs. and Inf. out of your ICE trees is to try and round all the Scalar values you can to Integers. Or so I've found.

Integers are our friends, Yeah!

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