
Dividing variables
How do i divide variables in RR? / sign is taken, so what symbol do you use? I am making a fuel log (just a table)
¦ date ¦ litres ¦ p per litre ¦ milage ¦ cost ¦ mpg ¦
variables are called
datef namef pencef lastf nextf interf
Date, litres, p per litre, milage are filled in with the numosk, cost is worked out by multiplying litres by p per litre  this works fine
Code:
B,549,115,105,28,"BYVAR;VMPAGE;EVAL;VMNEXTF01;$VMNAMEF01$*$VMPENCEF01$<<EVAL;VMNEXTF01B;$VMNAMEF01B$*$VMPENCEF01B$",
I want to get mpg by dividing milage by litres and then dividing this by 4.5. If it was a / sign for divide it would be this (unless i made a mistake).
Code:
B,655,115,74,28,"BYVAR;VMPAGE;EVAL;VMINTERF01;$VMLASTF01$/$VMNAMEF01$/$4.5$<<EVAL;VMINTERF01B;$VMLASTF01B$/$VMPENCEF01B$/$4.5$",
Please help if you can.
Thank you

To make this much easier, Y don't you just use the Milage trip plugin??
This is what it does, and keeps a log, like the one your trying to do *reinventing the wheel??
See here, I use it and it works great.
http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/rrp...nsumption.html

I know about that but cant test it it needs gps. I thought it would be simple to do it my way, I just need the divide symbol. Plus ive made the skin and it took ages.

I guess no one know... or will tell me. Still hoping someone can help:confused:

Why can't you use "/" ? I did and it works fine.
Here's a line I use it in:
Code:
"EVALWINAMPVOL","EVAL;evalwinampvolvar;$TEMPigwinampvol$*255/100SETVAR;evalwinampvolvar;$evalwinampvolvar$SAVETOSKIN;evalwinampvolvar;$evalwinampvolvar$"

For some reason it didnt work. Ill try again though.

Ok found the problem... It now works. Thought the problem was because it couldnt use / as divide but it was something else entirely  some variables were named and labeled wrong and my maths was dodgy. LOL. Thanks for making me check again. If anyone wants the code, what it does and what i did with it just ask.

Ok another question  is it possible to limit numbers to 2 dp only? I only need 2 decimal places in my output numbers, any more is pointless.
One gives a cash value for cost, (so obviously more than 2dp gives 10ths of pence  useless)
T
he other gives MPG which only needs 1dp really (it isnt accurate enough to use any more) plus who cares about being something like 0.05 of a MPG out.
Please help if you can.
Thanks.