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When using a list, is there a way to turn the element number I am on into a string?
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Default When using a list, is there a way to turn the element number I am on into a string? - 07-23-2012, 05:03 PM

So, I am iterating through a list with a For all in order construct....
I want to be able to have each object say "Unit x ready" where x represents the element number in the list (+1 obviously to account for a start of 0).

Is there an easy way to do this?
   
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Use the A joined with B function
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Default Use the A joined with B function - 07-23-2012, 10:49 PM

Yes, yes there is an easy way. So,
For all in order [Your variable]
[Unit ] joined with [Your variable] joined with [ ready]
The A joined with B function can be found under string functions in world functions. Tell me if you don't understand.


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