Hi Rick, here's a sample with some put commands and comments for better understanding. " -- the cookie does not exists or is empty, so we now executing JS, but -- the following closing tag is mandatory, otherwise the js is not executed ?> let screenwidth = (screen.availWidth);
Hi Matthias, Thanks! Rick > On Mar 21, 2021, at 7:51 AM, matthias rebbe via use-livecode > wrote: > > Hi Rick, > here's a sample with some put commands and comments for better understanding. > -- read Cookie screeres if available > put $_COOKIE["screenres"] into tScreenRes > > if
Livecode can handle floating point numbers up to 2^52. But then calculations would have to fit within that range in a floating point perspective too. So, once you add that ninth zero to the end of your divider, it struggles with the calculation and returns, effectively, number out of range.
Tom, Sorry for the delayed response. We’ve launched this project in support of the Spring 2021 xAPI Cohort, details on this free 12-week educational activity focused on the Experience API are available at xAPICohort.com, and it’s not too late to signup for the free learning sessions which