I recently played Calculator Roulette with someone, a stupid game where we have a Calc-Calc cord. Then we would group all of our programs (for safety) and make six programs, five of which clear the other person's RAM and the other which awards the receiver money. We'd just tell someone in the classroom to pick a program and that was the one that was sent.
But back to the point…
My friend accidentally sent me a program he had named Khaos. I lost my RAM the next round, but was intrigued by what Khaos did. He showed me, and apparently it's a really complex version of that trick where 2+2=5. I want to make my own version, but was stuck with something.
So my code looked a bit like this…
(stuff that screws around with A)
here is where I am stuck. I can't use an Output command, because after I tried it and went back to the Input command it prompted (not the calc command) me right below the first Input command, like this.
Example page of a calculator home
But my Input thingy looked like this
(blipdee) (yaddha result)
See the difference?
How would I make blipdee down between yaddha result and blipdee result?
The man shuddered as the shadow drew a glistening sword from his back. Creeping closer and closer with his pale eyes burning into the man, the shadow slowly raised his blade and before he could thrust it down, the man heard the shadow hiss something.
"The Shadow Clan's presence must be like a whisper. Always felt, but never seen…"