Be sure to organize your conditionals in parenthesis so the calculator can read your program correctly.

If you want, you can try out and experiment with my version of Pong:

`ClrHome AxesOff ZStandard 2→Y:0→A:Ans→B:0→S //Y is the paddle Y-coord, A and B are the ball coords. 1→O:0→P:.25→R //O and P are the ball directions. For O, 1 is right and 0 is left. For P, 1 is up and 0 is down. R is how much the B-coord will advance. To make the game fun, it gets harder over time. Line(Xmin,Y,Xmin,Y-4,1,BROWN,1 TextColor(GREEN //Set Text color Text(0,3,0 Repeat K=45 or (A=-10 and (B>Y or B<Y-4 Line(Xmin,Y,Xmin,Y-4,1,BROWN,1 //Paddle Repeat Ans or (A=-10 and (B>Y or B<Y-4 Pt-Off(A,B,3 //Turn off Ball A+(O)-(not(O→A If max(Ans={Xmin,Xmax not(O→O B+R(P)-R(not(P→B If Ans>=Ymax or Ans<=Ymin not(P→P Pt-On(A,B,3,RED //Turn ball on If A=Xmin and B<=Y and B>Y-4:Then R+.02→R:S+1→S //Increase score by one and make game slightly harder Text(0,3,Ans End getKey End:Ans→K Line(Xmin,Y,Xmin,Y-4,0 max(-6,min(Ymax,Y+2(K=25)-2(K=34→Y //Move paddle by two End ClrDraw:ClrHome "SCORE: "+toString(S //Display score`

Ah, yes. My Zinogre brethren approves this program.

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What is the graph screen setup? I don't see any initialization at the beginning of your code, so I assume you are using ZStandard?

I'll make my own code later, I'll help you a bit

]]>`2→A //height of the line 0→X //X-coor of the ball 0→Y //Y-coor of the ball -1→S //direction of the ball (left/right) .1→T //direction of the ball (up/down) Line(-15, A, -15, A-4 Repeat X=-16 Pt-Off(X, Y, 3 X+S→X Y+T→Y Pt-On(X,Ans,3 Line(-15, A, -15, A-4, 20 min(10, max(-6, A+sum(ΔList(getKey={34, 25→A //got the idea for this from the wiki's movement page, makes sure the line doesn't go off the screen Line(-15, A, -15, A-4 If X=15 or X=-15 and Y≤A and Y≥A-4 -S→S If Y=10 or Y=-10 -T→T End Text(10, 10, "YOU LOSE! :(`