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    change (-) position

    hello evryone
    4-6=-2
    what ac3 code to make it 4-6=2-
    it mean how can i change (-) to right
    thanks so mutch

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    var equaled;
    function subtract(a,b){
    equaled = a-b;
    if(equaled.toString().charAt(0)=="-"){
    equaled=equaled.toString().split("-")[1]+"-"
    }
    return equaled
    }

    trace(subtract(4,6));
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    haha, nice
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    Hi

    Or another way for you to study Alloy, and Kofa.

    PHP Code:
    var c;

    function 
    moveMinus)
    {
        
    b;
        if ( 
    )
        {
            
    c.toString().substr(1) + "-";
        }
        return 
    c;
    }

    tracemoveMinus) ); 

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    yeah use fruitbeards, his if statement uses less processing power.
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    Hi,

    Jealousy, sarcasm, I'm not sure?

    Just another way instead of your long winded string things.

    I know now, it's another excuse to reach 1000, use any you like Kofa, it was not intended to be a competition.

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    I'm a student who likes to learn from his professors and each professor has his own way of delivering information to his student
    Finally all thanks and appreciation to all

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