Special characters in logic

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Special characters in logic

#1 Post by jake99 » Fri May 31, 2019 5:48 pm

Hi,

I'm new to qbus and and i noticed that the real power of this system lies in writing codes in the Logic area.
In the .qsb file examples i saw that some special characters are used such as _ , #,... when inputs are created.
Is there a list of characters and what they actualy mean or are used for ?

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Jan

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Re: Special characters in logic

#2 Post by pverhoye » Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:14 am

Hi Jan!

No, there is no special meaning to the special characters. During the training sessions they use this to make the different kinds of input visual. For example, all inputs starting with a # are virtual inputs. But it's more like a convention. You're free to use your own system

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