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It costs 5 MILLION, not 5 hundred thousand! I found that out the hard way. Can't even blame common core for that mistake, I'm just a dummy.
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  • Ive been looking for that. Where did you find it?
  • It's in the decorations tab. (The one with the tree and fence in front of it.)
    If at first you don't succeed, just give up-Homer J. Simpson
  • Found it. Thank you.
  • I made this same mistake with the IRS building as well. Welcome to the club! Pretty much everybody here has done this. :)
  • I don't know why they don't put commas in the numbers ?
  • Or decimals, like the Europeans. Any division would make it easier to read.
  • The specs of the language don't permit it without jumping through flaming hoops backwards while blindfolded over a cage of hungry tigers (I do a little programming).
  • wadebear wrote: »
    The specs of the language don't permit it without jumping through flaming hoops backwards while blindfolded over a cage of hungry tigers (I do a little programming).

    its just . or , not that hard lol
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  • wadebear wrote: »
    The specs of the language don't permit it without jumping through flaming hoops backwards while blindfolded over a cage of hungry tigers (I do a little programming).

    just to clarify, are the flaming hoops suspended over a cage of hunger tigers, or are the posts planted in the ground inside the cage? Either way, jumping backwards without a running start will only produce a three or four foot jump. (1 to 1.3 meters). A good gymnast might get 6 or 7 feet (2 to 2.3 meters) with a good running start. If the hoops are at least 2 feet apart (.6 meter) and a foot away from the platform you are jumping from, or 6 feet minimum, this would leave very little room for the tigers to leap up and grab you. And tigers are not willing to go near flames, as we all learned from the Jungle Book. This would leave only the flames to hamper your safe jump. Depending on the fuel used, and the diameter of the hoops, this gets a little tricky. In order to get the distance, you would need to execute a backflip. And because of physics we also need to add into the equation the added height needed to create the the correct arc to land on, not into the other platform. This means the bottom of the hoops need to be raised above the height of the platforms. Are you still reading this? Can you tell I'm bored and want the winter event to start already?
  • Sorry, bad quoting. Wadebear was quoted.
  • yea i was like when did i write that poem ahah
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  • wadebear wrote: »
    The specs of the language don't permit it without jumping through flaming hoops backwards while blindfolded over a cage of hungry tigers (I do a little programming).

    I do alot of programming. It's incredibly simple. You can easily obtain a string formatter for the user's locale and apply it. Not hard at all.
  • . or , but I'd say go with and call it a day.

    (It's a space I refer to.)
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  • alapalme wrote: »
    wadebear wrote: »
    The specs of the language don't permit it without jumping through flaming hoops backwards while blindfolded over a cage of hungry tigers (I do a little programming).

    I do alot of programming. It's incredibly simple. You can easily obtain a string formatter for the user's locale and apply it. Not hard at all.

    So, like not:

    01 NUMERIC-COST PIC $,999,999,999 USAGE IS COMPUTATIONAL.

    ?
  • alapalme wrote: »
    wadebear wrote: »
    The specs of the language don't permit it without jumping through flaming hoops backwards while blindfolded over a cage of hungry tigers (I do a little programming).

    I do alot of programming. It's incredibly simple. You can easily obtain a string formatter for the user's locale and apply it. Not hard at all.

    +1 has to be some type of convert to String if needed in the API.
  • alapalme wrote: »
    wadebear wrote: »
    The specs of the language don't permit it without jumping through flaming hoops backwards while blindfolded over a cage of hungry tigers (I do a little programming).

    I do alot of programming. It's incredibly simple. You can easily obtain a string formatter for the user's locale and apply it. Not hard at all.

    So, like not:

    01 NUMERIC-COST PIC $,999,999,999 USAGE IS COMPUTATIONAL.

    ?

    I don't even know what that is, cobol?
  • I don't know what that is, and tbh i don't know if tsto's engine is written in Java on Android or c on Android but I know with certainty that in Java Android exposes string formatters for date time numbers and currency, all using the person's own locale. The formatting is easy to accomplish either way.

    If the problem is that the game engine itself doesn't differentiate between values that should or shouldn't be formatted then they can add another object type to support it. Either way, they have done far more complex things in the game.
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