Author Topic: 7000 ID's  (Read 2023 times)

We reached to now 7000 players since yesterday.

I thought it would happen soon :D.

IDs in the 7000s != 7000 players

Yay @ snots smartnesses. :D

Lol, Snot is the only person with his rank in his name

IDs in the 7000s != 7000 players

Not realy, -99 that dont get sold and -2 that are special numbers.

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Not realy, -99 that dont get sold and -2 that are special numbers.

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-X for members who bought more then one account can you figure out X?


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Not realy, -99 that dont get sold and -2 that are special numbers.

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"!=" means does not equal

Exactly snot. Exactly.

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Operators
Assignment operators
= Assigns the value of the second operand to the first operand.
Mathematical Operators:
+ (Addition) Adds 2 numbers
 - (subtraction) Subtracts the value of its argument.
* (Multiplication) Multiplies 2 numbers.
/ (Division) Divides 2 numbers.
% (Modulus) Computes the integer remainder of dividing 2 numbers.
+= Adds 2 numbers and assigns the result to the first.
-= Subtracts 2 numbers and assigns the result to the first.
*= Multiplies 2 numbers and assigns the result to the first.
/= Divides 2 numbers and assigns the result to the first.
%= Computes the modulus of 2 numbers and assigns the result to the first.
++ (Increment) Adds one to a variable representing a number (returning either the new or old value of the variable)
-- (Decrement) Subtracts one from a variable representing a number (returning either the new or old value of the variable)
Bitwise Operators:
~ (Bitwise NOT) Flips the bits of its operand.
| (Bitwise OR) Returns a one in a bit if bits of either operand is one.
& (Bitwise AND) Returns a one in each bit position if bits of both operands are ones.
^ (Bitwise XOR) Returns a one in a bit position if bits of one but not both operands are one.
<< (Left shift) Shifts its first operand in binary representation the number of bits to the left specified in the second operand, shifting in zeros from the right.
>> (Sign-propagating right shift) Shifts the first operand in binary representation the number of bits to the right specified in the second operand, discarding bits shifted off.
|= Performs a bitwise OR and assigns the result to the first operand.
&= Performs a bitwise AND and assigns the result to the first operand.
^= Performs a bitwise XOR and assigns the result to the first operand.
<<= Performs a left shift and assigns the result to the first operand.
>>= Performs a sign-propagating right shift and assigns the result to the first operand.
String operators::
@ Concatenates one or more values together to form a new value
NL Concatenates one value together with a new line to form a new value
TAB Concatenates one value together with a tab to form a new value
SPC Concatenates one value together with a space to form a new value

Logical Operators:
! evaluates the opposite of the value specified
&& requires both values to be true for the result to be true.
|| requires only one value to be true for the result to be true.
Relational Operators:
 == value1 and value2 are equal
!= value1 and value2 are not equal
< value1 is less than value2
> value1 is greater than value2
<= value1 is less than or equal to value2
>= value1 is greater than or equal to value2



String comparison Operators:
$= string1 is equal to string2
!$= string1 is not equal to string2
Now do you understand?

In-Short:  "!=" is "Not Equal to"

6025
thats around how many


When did we reach 7,000? I never even saw anyone in the 7k.