03-10-2011, 05:39 PM

Hi Boriel, I ran into following Problem:

gives me back 247. Why is this a Problem? PEEK 3 is 255, so (PEEK 3)*9 should be calculated as 255*9=2295, so it looks like the result of this calculation is stored in UBYTE. No problem because PEEK gives back UBYTE, but a multiplication is a little bit more problematic.

Works, but

does not work. The same if I use such a calculation as Parameter for a sub.

Any chance to fix this?

Another Problem:

Usually bit shifting should have the highest poriority, not the addition, thats why the result is 1<<(3+2)=32, but it should be (1<<3)+2=10.

Code:

`print at 17,0;(peek 3)*9`

Code:

`dim c1 as uinteger`

c1=peek(adr)

print c1*9

Code:

`dim c1 as ubyte`

c1=peek(adr)

print c1*9

Any chance to fix this?

Another Problem:

Code:

`print at 17,0;1<<3+2`

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