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A simple, flexible formula for generating diminishing returns out of input numbers. Full explanation and home, with sample calculators and versions of the code in other languages, on the Lost Souls MUD Grimoire.
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Returns a percentage. There are 3 arguments.
1. complete  How much is done?
2. total  How much is there?
3. maxPercentage  Total percentage possible, usually 100.
Simple, yep.
1. complete  How much is done?
2. total  How much is there?
3. maxPercentage  Total percentage possible, usually 100.
Simple, yep.
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A while back ago I wrote this in a simple program I wrote.
Unfortunately, it only reduces proper fractions. If someone wants to rewrite it and make it work with inproper fractions that would be awesome!
Unfortunately, it only reduces proper fractions. If someone wants to rewrite it and make it work with inproper fractions that would be awesome!
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Sat. Apr. 22nd, 2006 11:17 AM
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Utsawin
"ASP.NET 2.0"  combinations  factorials  math  permutations
3 comments
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Utsawin
"ASP.NET 2.0"  combinations  factorials  math  permutations
3 comments
Go easy on me, my first snippet  plus I am new to VB.NET 2.0... with only basic knowledge of classic VB... Just want to mention that the Permutations function is not actually mine  found it online... (credit where credit's due)
Fairly simple stuff, but had me pulling my hair out  Even Excel has a COMBI function out of the box!
Fairly simple stuff, but had me pulling my hair out  Even Excel has a COMBI function out of the box!