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Functions are used to perform complex rolls, like exploding die, dice pool, roll & keep and so on.

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'''Functions''' are used to perform complex rolls, like exploding die, dice pool, roll & keep and so on.

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Each parameter of a function can be any formula, even another function, like "@@max(rak(1d6,4,3),5+2)@@" which give the highest value between the result of "@@rak(1d6,4,3)@@" and "@@5+2@@".

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Each parameter of a function can be any formula, even another function, like "@@max(rak(1d6,4,3),5+2)@@" which give the highest value between the result of "@@rak(1d6,4,3)@@" and "@@5+2@@".

To get the complete list of available functions, check the [[Qdr/Functions|Function Reference]] page.

To get the complete list of available functions, check the [[Qdr/Functions|Function Reference]] page.

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(:title Functions:)

(:category: Guide :)

(:Summary: Perform complex operations. :)

Functions are used to perform complex rolls, like exploding die, dice pool, roll & keep and so on.

Functions are composed by their name followed by a set of parameters enclosed in parentheses, and each parameter is separated by a comma. A typical example is "@@rak(1d6,4,3)@@" and its meaning is as follows: ''use the function with name [[Qdr/Rak|rak]] with three parameters. First parameter is "@@1d6@@", second parameter is "@@4@@" and third parameter is "@@3@@"''.

Each parameter of a function can be any formula, even another function, like "@@max(rak(1d6,4,3),5+2)@@" which give the highest value between the result of "@@rak(1d6,4,3)@@" and "@@5+2@@".

(:category: Guide :)

(:Summary: Perform complex operations. :)

Functions are used to perform complex rolls, like exploding die, dice pool, roll & keep and so on.

Functions are composed by their name followed by a set of parameters enclosed in parentheses, and each parameter is separated by a comma. A typical example is "@@rak(1d6,4,3)@@" and its meaning is as follows: ''use the function with name [[Qdr/Rak|rak]] with three parameters. First parameter is "@@1d6@@", second parameter is "@@4@@" and third parameter is "@@3@@"''.

Each parameter of a function can be any formula, even another function, like "@@max(rak(1d6,4,3),5+2)@@" which give the highest value between the result of "@@rak(1d6,4,3)@@" and "@@5+2@@".

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