Now the expression is going to affect…only the up and down of the movement of the ball.…So let's go ahead and type some conditionals.…a space equals space,…b space equals space,…and c space equals space.…Let's make this a little bit taller…so we can see it better.…a, we're just gonna point it at itself.…b, we're gonna point it at itself.…And c is gonna put both of them together.…So open and close the brackets,…and now inside, we're gonna type a,b…After these, don't forget to put a semi-colon.…
Remember the semi-colon is the equivalent…of a period in English.…Now, let's go ahead and wiggle just the y.…
- Adding expressions
- Editing expressions manually
- Changing expression dimensions: rate, value, music amplitude, etc.
- Working with expression variables
- Using the Expression Language menu
- Using random values
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1. What Are Expressions?
2. Expression Dimensions
4. Expression Language Menu
5. Other Expressions
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