I must say I am really not getting math beyond the most simple possible. For example, with the expression limitations… how do you do a sum-product?
To get around bubble’s inability to have parentheses when it forces left-right evaluation, I tried to print out the products so I could sum them later. But I can’t grab the values out of the text fields.
The red indicates the products that I want to sum up (they are not products of the two numbers on the left). So the correct values are right there. So now I would like to have an expression and simply sum the values in each field. I could do that if Bubble would allow me access to those values, but it doesn’t.
Alternatively I can recreate the products and sum them up. But the left to right execution makes it impossible to get the right answer.
That looks useful, and solves part of the clunkiness of bubble (not constants or variables except states). However, my app its a free info tool. Paying for a plug in for a free tool is not economically sound for me.
Well, your data structure is the thing that’s “wrong” (vis-a-vis Bubble’s built-in operators), right? Knowing this info now, you’re better armed to design your data types in a way to easily enable these computations.
Yup. so I should have created a list of masternodes and I guess created a repeating group of information about it. This style or method or storing data simply doesnt work with my brain. Its gonna take a while. The issue is that I don’t trust I can access the items as I need Them. This was evidenced as I tried to search for the latest created in a list of Divisystems and spend days trying to figure out how to get the latest one.