need object who can convert 100-1 to 1-100


    Dec 11 2006 | 4:25 pm
    hello people,
    is there any object whon can convert the values (for example; in the range 1-100) 1 to a 100 and then 2 to 99, 3 to 98, a so on ?
    i cant find a mathematical solution, bcos im too stupid for this!
    cheers

    • Dec 11 2006 | 4:43 pm
      > is there any object whon can convert the values (for example; in the range 1-100) 1 to a 100 and then 2 to 99, 3 to 98, a so on ?
      the short answer is !-
    • Dec 11 2006 | 4:46 pm
    • Dec 11 2006 | 4:47 pm
      or
      [scale 100 1 1 100]
    • Dec 11 2006 | 4:50 pm
      thankz al ot !
    • Dec 11 2006 | 5:00 pm
      Pretty straightforward with [scale] reversing the hi & low boundaries.
      max v2;
      On Dec 11, 2006, at 9:25 AM, Dieter_Laser wrote:
      >
      > hello people,
      >
      > is there any object whon can convert the values (for example; in
      > the range 1-100) 1 to a 100 and then 2 to 99, 3 to 98, a so on ?
      >
      > i cant find a mathematical solution, bcos im too stupid for this!
      >
      > cheers
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    • Dec 11 2006 | 5:19 pm
      > [!- 101]
      Hey, that should be Romans reply!
    • Dec 11 2006 | 6:06 pm
      You mean [!- 110] :P
      On Dec 11, 2006, at 12:19 PM, nesa wrote:
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      >> [!- 101]
      >
      > Hey, that should be Romans reply!
      >
      >
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    • Dec 11 2006 | 6:34 pm
      ah, damn coffe overdose! you're right!
      > You mean [!- 110] :P
    • Dec 12 2006 | 2:20 am
      Quote: nesa wrote on Mon, 11 December 2006 10:19
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      > > [!- 101]
      >
      > Hey, that should be Romans reply!
      no - i usually convert everything to range 0. 1. for
      scaling-operations, and add a [* -1] if i want to reverse
      the range.
      -110 [!]