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Programmer Mode / Re: I need help to transfer my setting in dicebot
« Last post by Seuntjie on June 21, 2020, 12:54:02 pm »
how does the 11-33% chance work? does it pick a random chance for every bet? or increase it gradually, increase it on a win and decrease it on a loss?
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Programmer Mode / Re: I need help to transfer my setting in dicebot
« Last post by aishte05 on June 21, 2020, 12:20:31 pm »
Have you tried reading through the advance mode settings? You don't need to use the programmer mode to use DiceBot.
I did but my settings required 11 - 33 chance of winning but the advance mode let you choose 1
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Programmer Mode / Re: I need help to transfer my setting in dicebot
« Last post by Seuntjie on June 21, 2020, 11:41:44 am »
Have you tried reading through the advance mode settings? You don't need to use the programmer mode to use DiceBot.
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Programmer Mode / I need help to transfer my setting in dicebot
« Last post by aishte05 on June 21, 2020, 10:33:24 am »
i have a setting in relacdice and I want to transfer it in dicebot please help me

here's the link of relandice setting

https://imgur.com/a/vtbIKWv
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Programmer Mode / Re: I need a little help with my script
« Last post by LCKNAM on June 20, 2020, 06:23:36 pm »
Thank you Seuntjie
I  had some progress. Just need to figure out some finer detail
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Programmer Mode / Re: I need a little help with my script
« Last post by Seuntjie on June 20, 2020, 02:44:03 pm »
Have you worked through the tutorials on https://forum.seuntjie.com/index.php?topic=2.0? Specifically the steemit ones?

From https://steemit.com/dicebot/@seuntjie/dicebot-programmer-mode-tutorial-03-martingale
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In programming, we don't use = to check whether values are equal to each other, we use ==. A single equals sign is used to assign values, a double is to compare values.

So x=3 sets the value of x to 3. x==3 checks whether x is equal to 3

Also, every time you use an if, you MUST use an and afterwards.
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if (conditions) then
your code
end

or

if (conditions) then
your code
else
your other code
end
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Programmer Mode / I need a little help with my script
« Last post by LCKNAM on June 20, 2020, 02:34:34 pm »
I wrote the following short script but got the following error
LUA ERROR!!
'then' expected, got '='

Can someone fix this for me? I'm not a programmer and have zero experience LOL. Can't seems to find the problem?

The script basically bets with a 60% chance and double the bet on a lost but place the same amount bet after a win and after 7 losses in a row change the chance to 70%. It is also supposed to change the chance back to 60% after a double win on 70%

Thank you, I'll appreciate any help :)

This is the script I am trying to write;

bethigh = true
chance = 60
base = 0.00000002
nextbet = base
winafterloss = 0

function dobet()
   
if win then
   if previousbet > base then winafterloss = 1
   if winafterloss = 1 then nextbet = previousbet
   if winafterloss = 0 then nextbet = base
   if nextbet = base then chance = 60
else
   winafterloss = 0
   nextbet = previousbet * 2
   if currentstreak > -7 then chance = 70
   if currentstreak > -7 then nextbet = previousbet * 2.5
  end
end
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Programmer Mode / Re: Thank you Seuntjie
« Last post by Jebula999 on June 19, 2020, 03:10:29 pm »
I have just discovered the upgrade to the simulation... I'm in Dicebot heaven.

They are both live and extremely fast.
Just ran a 100 000 bet simulation, in 17 seconds with a live graph! No more exporting to CSV and importing to Excel to plot a graph.

My oh my what a time to be alive.

The amount of tick boxes you have ticked in this release is just too good!
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Programmer Mode / Re: Thank you Seuntjie
« Last post by Seuntjie on June 19, 2020, 02:28:01 pm »
I hope everyone goes through the cycle of "Somethings Changed! The world is ending" to "Oh it's not as bad as I thought" to "this is awesome" as quickly as you did.
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Programmer Mode / Thank you Seuntjie
« Last post by Jebula999 on June 19, 2020, 09:29:02 am »
Thought i would just show some appreciation for the new bot.

I'm loving the new format and how well it works.
My most used script uses the following "for" loop:
Code: [Select]
for i = 4950, 1, -1 do
        targetlow[i] = targetlow[i]+1
        targethigh[i] = targethigh[i]+1
        if PreviousBet.Roll <= (i/100) then
            targetlow[i] = 0
        else
            if PreviousBet.Roll >= (99.99-(i/100)) then
                targethigh[i] = 0
            end
        end
(10 - 15 more lines of code here)
end

So naturally it's running ~20 lines of my script (Which includes some formulas and checking) a minimum of 4950 times every bet placed.
Previously the bot would get to around 4000 bets and start slowing down to about 1 bet every 3-4 seconds. After 10 000 bets it would slow down to 1 bet every 6-8 seconds.
With your new bot, i am currently at 20 000 bets and it's still going strong at 3 bets per second, AMAZING!

I also appreciate the addition of resuming scripts after stopping them, as well as implementing the "Stop On Win" as it means i can get rid of the following in every script:
Code: [Select]
if Win then
if stopnow == true then
stop()
end
end

Then there is the seamless integration of keeping a script loaded from a Notepad++ file, as soon as i hit save, it's updated in the bot and ready to go, as well as saving from the bot to the Notepad++ file if i make small changes.


So i just want to say thank you @Seuntjie for constantly updating and improving the bot, it has kept me busy and my brain working for the good part of (or close to) 3 years.
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