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Pattern by relation

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spiritualer

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Hi,

I just got a tutorial on pattern by relation. Attached in word format with the post .but it is not coming like the described .instead of coming stragged in different rows the hole are coming in different manner.if some one can tell the mistake in tutorila or mistake by me in interpreting the tutorial . Version used is proe wildfire2.
thanks
 

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Model file also...

Hello spiritualer,

Can you to zip up the model file that you made with this tutorial and upload it to this thread in a another post? It will be hard for anyone to say what the problem is without seeing your model. Or maybe you could snap an image of the area in question and attached the image.

Thanks.
3DCADTips Help Desk :cool:
 
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spiritualer

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pattern

hi,
help desk ,sorry that i cant reply soon ,as i was not in touch with the net.
the attached is the zipped part file of the part which i tried .
but instead of getting straggered ho;les i m getting in straight line.
i tried to send email to the author of the tutorial but he didint replied.
if you can help.

thanks
surinder
 

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spiritualer

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hello

hi help desk,
i have attached the file a long time ago but no response .
are you too busy. i will be glad if you resolve the matter.

bye
 
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ChrisKlok

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Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally

Hi there,
I took a look at the file. Remember the order of mathematical operations? I looked it up (thanks to http://mathforum.org):
"... you might remember this as "Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally.

1. Parentheses
2. Exponents
3. Multiplication and Division
4. Addition and Subtraction
"
Put the -1 in brackets and your problem is solved.

off = (-1)^IDX1
if off <1
memb_v = (lead_v)*(2)
else
memb_v = lead_v
endif

Greetings - Chris
 
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spiritualer

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thanks

THanks
chris
my problem is saved but the author of th etutorial didint replied niether he sent the correct printed version of the tutorial.
Any way in india there is another way to remember the correct sequence
BODMAS
bracket Of (power) Divide Mutliplication Addition SUbtraction.


thanks


Bye
Surinder
 

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