Detecting if Real is an Integer

Tawnttoo

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The title may be misleading but what I need is a way to check if a real is in this form: X.00 as in a whole number?
 
if (real to int( REAL ) ) is equal to REAL

real to integer always rounds down. no matter what values follow the floating point. 7.1 and 7.99 both are 7 if converted into an integer.
 
But if I'm using a 0.05 second interval and reduce a real bu 0.05 each time, how can I check if it is a whole number?
 
I think so. Because what your method would do is once the .05 makes, say, 6 fall below 6.00 to 5.95 it would automatically reduce it to 5.00 which isn't what he wants. What I see is he wants it to tell him once the number becomes a whole number like so:

Each line is after every x seconds.
6.00 true
5.50 false
5.40 false
5.30 false
...
...
5.10 false
5.00 true
4.90 false

and so on.
 
Just transform into a integer your real and then sustract, if it is equal to 0 then your number is a integer, if not, its a real. Example:
5.0 is your real
5 is the integer of that real
5.0-5 = 0
So your real is an integer.

Other
5.5 is your real
5 is the integer part of that real
5.5-5 = 0.5 , so your real isnt a integer.
 
Just transform into a integer your real and then sustract, if it is equal to 0 then your number is a integer, if not, its a real. Example:
5.0 is your real
5 is the integer of that real
5.0-5 = 0
So your real is an integer.

Other
5.5 is your real
5 is the integer part of that real
5.5-5 = 0.5 , so your real isnt a integer.

Just as a hint: to do this in GUI you should use "Convert Real to Integer".

The check will be something like this:
Code:
YOURNUMBER - (convertToReal (convertToInt ( YOURNUMBER ) )) == 0
 
There's no need to subtract. Just compare the value to the original real, rather than subtracting and comparing to 0.
 
I think so. Because what your method would do is once the .05 makes, say, 6 fall below 6.00 to 5.95 it would automatically reduce it to 5.00 which isn't what he wants. What I see is he wants it to tell him once the number becomes a whole number like so:

Each line is after every x seconds.
6.00 true
5.50 false
5.40 false
5.30 false
...
...
5.10 false
5.00 true
4.90 false

and so on.

maybe i should give some examples to clarify:

lets look at this:
if (real to int( REAL ) ) is equal to REAL

lets say our value REAL is 6.00
we check
if (real to int(6.00) == 6.00) => if (6 == 6.00) => true

we substract 0.25 and check:
if (real to int (5.75) == 5.75) => if (5 == 5.75) => false

we substract 0.25 and check:
if (real to int (5.5) == 5.5) => if (5 == 5.5) => false

we substract 0.25 and check:
if (real to int (5.25) == 5.25) => if (5 == 5.25) => false

we substract 0.25 and check:
if (real to int (5.0) == 5.0) => if (5 == 5.00) => true

we substract 0.25 and check:
if (real to int (4.75) == 4.75) => if (4 == 4.75) => false

... and so on and so on...

that means we will get TRUE whenever REAL is a whole number like 1.00, 2.00, 3.00, 4.00, and so on.
We will get FALSE whenever there are other digits then 0 after the floating point. for example 5.47 because (5 != 5.47)
 
So, if I'm using the 0.05-second-interval trigger for 20 seconds, do I have to check if its 20.00, 19.00, 18.00 etc in conditions? Using 'Or-multiple conditions'?
 
no, you just do the following:
(written in pseudo code)

Code:
MyReal = 20

loop do
  MyReal -= 0.05
  if (MyReal.to_int) == MyReal
     comment: ITS AN INTEGER! HURRAY!
  else
     comment: ITS NOT AN INTEGER.....
  end
end
 
I have this:

Trigger:
  • Game - Display to (All players) the text: ((String((Load (Key duration) of (Key (Picked unit)) from Surge_Hash))) + ( not equal to + (String((Integer((Load (Key duration) of (Key (Picked unit)) from Rune_Hash)))))))


It always shows the integer as 0.
 
JASS:
        if RqI(6.0) then
            call BJDebugMsg("true!")
        else
            call BJDebugMsg("false!")
        endif

Obiusly it shows false cuz the result is 0 == 0.0

Other thing,
Logicaly, A - R2I(A) == 0.0 is the same as A == R2I(A)
 
equal comparison will fail, it will count 6.001 and 6.002 as same reals, but this is not true.

with not equal it will detect fine.
 
did you tested?
anyways we are comparing with the integer part I dont see your point :(
 
For some reason, it sets it to an integer below when it hits a whole number. E.g. 18.00 ---> 17

EDIT: got it to work by adding 1 to the integer. Thanks for the help!
 
The [LJASS]ModuloReal[/LJASS] function may interest you. See also [LJASS]ModuloInteger[/LJASS]. If I wanted to see if an integer was a multiple of 10...

JASS:
if ModuloInteger(i, 10) == 0 then
    // i is divisible by 10... some examples of i would be -50, 60, or even 0.
endif
 
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