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Time offset, fan and palettes

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Time offset, fan and palettes

Postby PolDavril » Fri Jul 03, 2020 3:35 pm


I'm watching video tutorials and I'm reading the manual about the time offsets and fan.
Sometimes, they talk about THRU symbol, sometimes PLUS.

I cannot see any difference between both syntaxes : 0>3 [palette] and 0+3 [palette].
Both work and they seem to give the same results in the programmer.

Are there actually some differences or are they just equivalent syntaxes ?
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Re: Time offset, fan and palettes

Postby » Fri Jul 03, 2020 4:30 pm

Normally it is THRU (>) that is used.
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