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pmcollectorboy: This all seems very basic, but it's easier said than done. There's probably way more to this game, and I'm not as clever as some of these other coding geniuses. If anyone knows more about this game, feel free to add.
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PaterAlf: Thank you. I think those were exactly the commands that I used so far and that I understand. But there were some more that I'm not sure about it. I have to look at the manual to remember which ones, but I'm not at home at the moment.
As far as I remember the other command is JRO, which is a bit of an odd one.

Basically it jumps the number of lines of the provided argument. So JRO -1 jumps back to the line above, JRO 1 jumps to the next line.
I didn't often use it except in the later levels but if you really want to optimise your solutions I believe it's very important for that.
You can use it for all sorts of things but you kind of need to plan the values you use to make the best use of it..
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Starmaker: ...
Thank you.
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adaliabooks: As far as I remember the other command is JRO, which is a bit of an odd one.

Basically it jumps the number of lines of the provided argument. So JRO -1 jumps back to the line above, JRO 1 jumps to the next line.
I didn't often use it except in the later levels but if you really want to optimise your solutions I believe it's very important for that.
You can use it for all sorts of things but you kind of need to plan the values you use to make the best use of it..
Thank you. I think that was the command that I didn't fully understand. But I get it now, your explanation is much better than the one in the manual. :)
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PaterAlf: Thank you. I think that was the command that I didn't fully understand. But I get it now, your explanation is much better than the one in the manual. :)
Yeah, it's a tricky one even when you have a manual written in your first language... I didn't use it for half the game as I remember because I couldn't see the point, but once I'd read a few examples I found it quite useful.

If I remember rightly you can use it for pausing as well if you input 0 to it. Used right it can actually be much more useful than the other j commands.
I too am stuck halfway through TIS-100... It's really bloody hard!
Meanwhile, Humble is at it again. Detox cleanse my ass.
I had to figure out a roundabout way to do the p-q and then q-p one. Basically found out the hard way that two opposing nodes can't pass numbers to each other at the same time, as they'll be permanently stuck in write mode. One has to go and then the other.
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Starmaker: Meanwhile, Humble is at it again. Detox cleanse my ass.
They did whatnow?
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Starmaker: Meanwhile, Humble is at it again. Detox cleanse my ass.
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SirPrimalform: They did whatnow?
Another pseudoscience bundle. This was the first one.

But it's even worse, actually, because I googled "humble bundle pseudoscience" and the first hit was this. I hope they crash and burn.
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SirPrimalform: They did whatnow?
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Starmaker: Another pseudoscience bundle. This was the first one.

But it's even worse, actually, because I googled "humble bundle pseudoscience" and the first hit was this. I hope they crash and burn.
Oh god, I remember the first one. Wasn't there also a gender stereotyping bundle? Man care or some such.
Post edited 23 hours ago by SirPrimalform