did you miss the multiplication symbol? That is the only way 8 could possibly be an answer.

Anyhow it is incorrect. Try again.

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]]>You can call Runtime Execute (as well as SQL Execute and .Net Execute) from Visual Studio tools. Use the following methods to load a script and then execute it.

GpPowerTools.Procedures.MbsScriptLoadDex.Invoke();

GpPowerTools.Procedures.MbsRuntimeExecute.Invoke();

David

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]]>Can you call a runtime execute script from visual studio?

Thanks

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]]>As you have not provided a symbols to say what to do, I will have to assume that you are multiplying the numbers together. So the answer will be 720.

Why do you ask?

David

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]]>how to get the Not for Resale keys?

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]]>I am glad you like this demo. I plan on publishing many more scripting examples to show how powerful the Developer Tools module of GP Power Tools really is.

David

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]]>You are correct.

Addition and Subtraction should be performed at the same time just working left to right.

The important bit is that they are performed after the Multiplication and Division steps (which are also performed at the same time working from left to right).

However, the working from left to right bit is not really that important.

For example: 8 – 4 + 2

can be 8 – 4 = 4 + 2 = 6

or 8 + 2 = 10 – 4 = 6

And 8 / 4 * 2

can be 8 / 4 = 2 * 2 = 4

or 8 * 2 = 16 / 4 = 4

As you can see the left to right is actually not important, but is just a convention. Also the order of the Addition and Subtraction steps is irrelevant as is the order of the Multiplication and Division steps.

David

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]]>I cheated! I used Mathematica to get the answer: 5π/2.

Steve Erbach

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