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Old 06-20-2009, 09:52 AM   #4
Anitarf
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Originally Posted by fX_
shouldnt High$name$() return a positive correspondence of the measured state.
Right, that was sloppy of me, fixed.

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maybe associate (bunch) SetFitnessPosition(), with LowDistance() and HighDistance(), respectively, whether by their naming or what
The both have Fitness in the name? But sure, if anyone has a better idea for the names, speak up.

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i don't think the 'N' (global) gets restored like the other functional variables of Enum(), in PruneGroup().
Oh, but it does, it's just sneaky about it.

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can you "insert" an Enum() (or groupenums in general) while another Enum() is running? dont they queue up or work simultaneously?
I use ForGroup, not GroupEnum. A lot of maps would crash and die if JASS could work simultaneously.

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Originally Posted by Veev
Very clever, Anitarf: constant real NO_FITNESS_LIMIT = -112358.13
Meh, it's not that original.
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