ID:273849   Jun 12 2011, 3:01 am I'm terrible with lists but I've got a plan for an experiment that specifically uses them, so I need to ask how I could use them in the way I want. How would I create 2 lists containing 32 variables, each with a value of rand(1,2). Also how would I then analyze the 32 variables in each. Specifically if one is greater than it's counterpart in the second list. My plan is a little fuzzy at the moment but the idea is that each list acts as a sort of colony that can challenge other colonies. This isn't a game in the essence that a player can win it, it's more of a mathematical game similar to the game of life (Cellular Automata). Thanks for your help.
 Jun 12 2011, 3:48 am // create 2 lists...var/list/A = list()var/list/B = list()// containing 32 variablesfor(var/i = 1 to 32) // each with a value of rand(1,2) A += rand(1,2) B += rand(1,2)// analyze the 32 variables in eachvar/a_wins = 0var/b_wins = 0for(var/i = 1 to A.len) // if one is greater than it's counterpart in the second list if(A[i] > B[i]) a_wins += 1 else if(B[i] > A[i]) b_wins += 1