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But not both (format)

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ajschuyler
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But not both (format)

I swear I saw this in one of the videos but for the life of me i can't remember which one lol. How did you format the games rule where it gives you this sort of condition: G's design is presented either at some point before J's or at sometime after L's, but not both...

Thanks!

majorgeneraldave
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OK,

 

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ajschuyler
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Oh wow! Coincidentally enough when I looked back at my work that's pretty much how I wrote it. It wasn't making any sense to me at the time, but after watching that now I know how and why it's written that way. Thanks for putting a method to my madness haha!

majorgeneraldave
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yes

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