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Hi,In the DSK there is a list with units.Most of them are obvious but I am wondering if there is a list with descriptions for them?What for instance does one do with the unit "part"How may percentage units can one use and what is the difference?Other

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Seems percentages are covered pretty thoroughly. "Part" is another percentage unit - it will return a value between 0 and 1.Doug

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>Seems percentages are covered pretty thoroughly. "Part" is>another percentage unit - it will return a value between 0 and>1.>>DougThanks Doug. There is a lot between 0 and 1. 0,1 0,2 will give you 10 items.0,01 0,002 will give a 100. As it has to do with percentage I suppose the latter will be the case or does that depend on the var you are applying it to?Roelof

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>>Seems percentages are covered pretty thoroughly. "Part" is>>another percentage unit - it will return a value between 0>and>>1.>>>>Doug>>Thanks Doug. There is a lot between 0 and 1. >0,1 0,2 will give you 10 items.>0,01 0,002 will give a 100. As it has to do with percentage I>suppose the latter will be the case or does that depend on the>var you are applying it to?>>RoelofYou don't need many values. FS can compute th x-y values for the values between the ones you set. Typical would be the folowing use of Part in a fuel gauge(A:Fuel tank left main level,part)Peter (I've learned JUST enough now to be able to help others :) )

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Hi Peter,>You don't need many values. FS can compute th x-y values for>the values between the ones you set. Very useful for sliders etc. Tried it for the first time yesterday.Works like a charm.Roelof

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