## Will someone plz explain me what prob can really do ???

Jun 13 2006 | 10:36 pm
I read the help file and the pdf, but still I cannot understand. (excuse me, but are they miss-explained??)
if I did "0 1 100, 1 0 100" does this mean that it will always go between 0 and 1. cause it didn't. I though the last number meant percentage "%". No ??
if the percentage is always summed, "0 1 75, 1 0 25" what will happen after "1" in this case ??? it's 25% likely to go back to "0" ?? What happens if not ??
I only try to use only "0" and "1", but it sometimes outputs "2" and "3", too.
If you ever used this, will you plz expain this to me ?

• Jun 13 2006 | 10:59 pm
Quote: magellan wrote on Tue, 13 June 2006 15:36 ---------------------------------------------------- > I read the help file and the pdf, but still I cannot understand. (excuse me, but are they miss-explained??) > > if I did "0 1 100, 1 0 100" does this mean that it will always go between 0 and 1. > cause it didn't.
It does for me. > I though the last number meant percentage "%". No ?? >
No. It is a weight. Since you only have one possible transition, then that will always be 100%. But if you have something like this:
0 1 1 0 2 3
then, it will go from 0 to 1 25% of the time (1 out of 4) and 0 to 2 75% of the time (3 out of 4). 4 is the sum of all weights for 0 to something.
The "dump" message will give you some useful info. Also, you should consider what happens if it get's stuck.
send a patch if you would like more help.
mzed
• Jun 14 2006 | 12:48 am
boy that was so much easier to understand. much easier than the pdfs.
It was very nice how u explained about weights. That was very understandable.
thx so much mzed!
cheers