When using gversion in a program, what are the values that can be
returned. In particular for the graphics portion of the string what are
the different possibilities.
Also, of these how many of these can be used to run hardware stereo?
> When using gversion in a program, what are the values that can be
> returned. In particular for the graphics portion of the string what are
> the different possibilities.
> Also, of these how many of these can be used to run hardware stereo?
IRIS-4D G, GT, GTX, VGX, and VGXT models, the Personal Iris, Indy,
Entry, XL, XS, XS24, XZ, Elan and Extreme systems do not support
Jonathan Lim Silicon Graphics, Inc.
GPS Graphics Mountain View, CA
OK, I am really pissed off because I can't figure it out...I've RTFM many
times (mainly the sections 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168), and I still can't figure it
out. I am making a 'plug-in' that requires the use of randomly generated
numbers. I also wanted them to be negative numbers as well. So, I created a
macro that would return a +1 or a -1 (randomly)...but I can't figure out how
to have that value returned. I have something like this:
#if(R <= .5)
I don't know if that is right or not, but I hope you can see what I am up to.
I know there is another way to generate random values from -1 to 1
(like: #local R=(rand(S)*2)-1 but just for now, I want to know how to return
BTW, I wonder why POV-Ray Team could've just implemented a #return directive
It would make things really easy...and this shouldn't limit to numbers.
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