So before I decided to download the Bronze edition for this program, I checked as best as I could and thought that the 32 bit would work for my computer; unfortunately, I was proven wrong and instead I need the 64 bit. Is there any way I can get this converted without having to pay any extra money, and is there any way that I can get the money I paid for the original purchase back? Originally I just meant to purchase the other version, but I'm under pressure to see if there's something I can do to get this fixed without losing any money.

So, is there anything I can do to fix this, or will I have to start making treks to my campus computer lab?

### hello

What is your situation? you have a 64 bit computer, and you bought the 32 bit version on the program. from previous versions the solution was to install truebasic on a 32 bit computer and go to C: drive copy the directory and then go to your 64 bit pc and paste the directory into your program files 86 folder on your 64 bit pc hope this helps.

### do you go to rutgers? i hate

do you go to rutgers? i hate the computer lab there btw, yea u shuda be able to ask admins

### What I mean is, I already

What I mean is, I already purchased the 32 bit, but my computer requires the 64 bit to run properly. I was wondering, is there anyway that the money I spent for the 32 bit download can be refunded, or will I lose that even if I can't use it?

### I can help

I'll check your orders and get in touch with you via email.

-Management

### Thanks!

It works now! Thank you very much.

On a side, though, I have a question. If I'm working with an IF-THEN program, how do I get the final output for my variable to be a number instead of an equation? I'm working with this problem:

"Write a program to cacluate how many calories a person should consume in a day to maintain their weight. Ask for the sex and weight of the person. For females the calory count should be their weight times 13; for males it is their weight times 16. Find out if the person excercises daily -- if so, make the calory count 20% higher. Also find out if the person works behind a desk in an office. If so, make the calory count 20% lower."

I've already plugged in my equations and stuff, but I can't figure out how to convert it into a number for my final PRINT statement for whichever person takes the program. A little help, please? It bugs me that I'm so close to getting this down, and can't figure this last part out.

### output

Hi,

You have not described your difficulty very clearly. You say .....how do I get the final output for my variable to be a number instead of an equation? Can you re-phrase your question so that we can understand what you want us to tell you.

Big John