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Woot.I was thinking also the part about documentation on the .X format extensions, Blender .X export, cleared for landing, Gmax, go around...Cheers,

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Also as it's part of the FSX SDK it seems that it can't be used by those of us who haven't yet got FSX!

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Just purchase a good HP engineering calculator! Been RPNing since mid 1970's. Wouldn't do it anyother way.During my flight training, I used my HP calculator more than my E6B.W. Sieffert

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It must be a generational thing...My generation (Gen X), grew up with infix and things like RPN just give me the willies.More power to those of you who can hack it - personally, I no likee.

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Here is an example.First, the "infix": if ( (L:value) > 10 ) { if ( (L:value2) < 5) { return 20 } else { return 30 } } else { return 40 }Here's the "postfix":(L:value) 10 > if{ (L:value2) 5 < if{ 20 } els{ 30 } } els{ 40 } Another exampleFirst, the "infix": if ( max( 1, max ( max (2,3), 4) ) < 10 * 5 - 2 ) { return true } if ( scmi("left", 'LEFT') == 0) { return "yes" } else { return "no" } if ( scmi (uc ( (A:ATC AIRLINE,string) ), "BRITISH") == 0) { return "yes" } else { return "no" }Here's the "postfix":1 2 3 max 4 max max 10 5 2 - * < if{ true } 'left' 'LEFT' scmi 0 == if{ 'yes' } els{ 'no' } (A:ATC AIRLINE , string) uc 'BRITISH' scmi 0 == if{ 'yes' } els{ 'no' }

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