Man you're killing me :D. Well, ok I figured out the reason now. I'm trying to modify the code a little by myself. But I'm stuck right after the code I just posted… The name in number-form goes into the END of the list, with the augment command, right? So the list of names of high scorers will be based on age, not score. How can I associate a score with a name then?(I can't see the wikipage pulling this off anywhere.) Do you have any ideas on how to make this as easy as possible?
Ugh this became sooo complicated…My own idea of this is:
1. Create a seperate list for high score names with converted strings.
2. Screw sorting the lists, for keeping the score in high score list in the same order as the high score list with names.
3. In some way find out the dimension of the smallest number in the score list, removing that from the lists.
4. To avoid getting things far to complicated, create an unsorted high score table with names and score.
Although I'm not 100% how to do point 3, I mean I could of course do a min(list) then check every list dimension for the number, but that's pretty unecessary I think.
I don't like the way the wikipage creates the highscore with the list command, I want it more to be like a column list rather than a row list. I think I will simply use "output" for this.
Good or bad idea overall?