A difficult control input question

Oh well, I'll just type it out.In summary, the conversation is discussing a problem with input where one control input needs to divide a number by 2 and the other needs to multiply it by 2. The issue is how to delete or add an output for a certain control input, while maintaining a constant number of outputs. The person is unsure of what to do in this situation.
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the main problem comes when in one input i need to divide the number by 2
(subtract a zero from the original input)

while in other control input i need to multiply by two
(which meens to add a zero to the original input)

i don't know how to delete or add an output
when i have a certain control input

the number of outputs is constant

what should i do??
 
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Your hyperlink seems to have commas instead of periods. This should be it:

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EDIT: Strange it only works if I copy and paste the URL into the address bar, not when I click the link.
 
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I would recommend exploring the use of conditional statements in your programming to address this issue. By setting up conditions based on the control input, you can have the program automatically divide or multiply the input accordingly. Additionally, you could consider using a variable to store the input and then manipulate it based on the control input, rather than trying to directly manipulate the input itself. This would allow for more flexibility in your program and make it easier to add or delete outputs as needed. It may also be helpful to consult with other experts in the field or do some research on similar control input problems to see how they have been addressed.
 

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