I want to display #options based on the previous two selections, eliminating what the player chose in those prior choices.
So on their stat screen they have for example, Wrangling, Hunting, Fighting, and Fishing, among others. The first question is what they spent most of their time on. The second is what they spent a little time learning. The last is what their flaw is or what they hated most.
I’m finding myself most comfortable with booleans so I use a lot of true/false in my script and can’t figure out how to say “if the first choice wasn’t wrangling, and the second choice wasn’t wrangling, then display this option”.
(primary_trait_wrangling = false & secondary_trait_wrangling = false) doesn’t work and
(primary_trait_wrangling = false) & (secondary_trait_wrangling = false) doesn’t work either. I’m not sure where else to put the ampersand or the parenthesis. I know I read it in the basic tutorial somewhere but flipping through now, I can’t find it.
Or if there’s an easier way then I’m welcome to that as well.
Thanks in advance