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Example: Making a Calculator Application

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  • Example: Making a Calculator Application

    This is a really neat example of that shows off the power of AutoPlay Media Studio 5.0. Some years ago, when the product was called "AutoPlay Menu Studio", it was pretty much limited to making CD AutoPlay menus. With the release of v5.0, you can do *so* much more!

    This example illustrates some rather advanced concepts, but they should be pretty easy to follow, thanks to the liberal use of "comments". You'll see the following features in use:
    • Global Functions
    • Arithmetic operators: +, -, * and /
    • Math actions: Math.Log, Math.Tan, Math.Cos, Math.Sin
    • String actions: String.ToNumber, String.Find
    • A variety of object functions for working with the Input object and Button objects.

    Learning More...
    Please refer to the command reference for full information on the available actions and how to get the most out of them.

    This sample project is for use with AutoPlay Media Studio 5.0 Professional Edition. The Standard Edition does not support the use of the Input object or the Math library.
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    AutoPlay Media Studio 8.5 is Windows 10 compatible today!