SetCounter

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SetCounter(counter, value, operation)

Sets a value to a counter, possibly applying it a specific operation.

Arguments[edit]

  • counter: counter number, from 0 to 7.
  • value: value to set, in the signed long integer range.
  • operation: one of the following keywords or values:
  • assign (0): set counter to value
  • add (1): increase counter by value
  • sub (2): decrease counter by value
  • mul (3): multiply counter by value
  • div (4): divide counter by value. Won't operate if value is 0.
  • mod (5): calculate remainder of division of counter by value. Won't operate if value is 0 or less.
  • and (6): calculate bitwise AND of counter and value. Useful to check if bits are set.
  • andnot (7): calculate bitwise AND of counter and inverted value. Useful to clear bits of a counter.
  • or (8): calculate bitwise OR of counter and value. Useful to set bits of a counter.
  • xor (9): calculate bitwise exclusive OR of counter and value. Useful to toggle bits of a counter.
  • rand (10): counter becomes random number between 0 and 255.
  • randmod (11): counter becomes random number between 0 and value - 1. Won't operate if value is 0 or less.
  • rshift (13): divide counter by 2^value
  • lshift (14): multiply counter by 2^value


See also[edit]