I think I just figured out how to add commas to large numbers to make them easier to read.

Here’s my code.

Inspired by BUNNIES!

## Code

```
*temp one "12345678901234"
*temp one1 ""
*temp two ","
*temp counter 1
*temp counter2 0
*temp counter3 1
*temp counter4 0
*temp results 0
*temp results2 0
*temp results3 0
*temp num ""
*temp num2 ""
Enter a big number, and I will put in some commas.
*input_number one1 1 99999999999999
*set one one1
*if length(one) < 4
*set num2 one
*goto final
*set results3 length(one)/3
*if length(results3) = 1
*set results3 -1
*if results3 < 1
*set results3 0
*if length(results3) > 1
*set results3 (results3#1)
*label next
*set counter3 length(one)
*set counter2 length(one)
*set counter4 length(one)
*label resultsloop
*set results (counter4/3)
*if length(results) > 1
*set counter4 +1
*set results2 +1
*goto resultsloop
*label main
*if length(num) < counter3
*set num &(one#counter2)
*set counter2 -1
*set counter +1
*goto main
*if length(num) = counter3
*set counter 1
*set counter +results2
*set counter2 length(one)
*goto main2
*label main2
*if length(num2) < (counter3 +results3)
*if counter < 4
*set num2 &(num#counter2)
*set counter +1
*set counter2 -1
*goto main2
*if counter = 4
*set num2 &two
*set counter 1
*goto main2
*label final
Your number = ${num2}
```