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Keno Leon
@KenoLeon
@eddie2024 Do individual ifs before joining them.
eddie2024
@eddie2024
the brackets seem fine, the error was to do with the two == signs for the bool
thanks anyway
Keno Leon
@KenoLeon
Glad you solved your problem.
CharmerHQ
@CharmerHQ
once you download the program to create the ethereum contract... do you have to build on top of it using terminal or does the UI allow you to do everything in the interface?
eddie2024
@eddie2024
I write in sublime or vim. and demo on remix / mist
truffle framework is pretty handy too
once you have a contract deployed you can use the mist UI to interract with it(run functions)
CharmerHQ
@CharmerHQ
okay.
ryankrucker
@ryankrucker
okay. any good repos to check out for inspiration?
eddie2024
@eddie2024
open-zeppelin
its a truffle framework
Keno Leon
@KenoLeon
@CharmerHQ : Atom + parity/kovan is another route for testing.
piethein1628
@piethein1628
When I add these two lines it cannot compile the source code // Notify anyone listening that this transfer took place
Transfer(msg.sender, _to, _value);
event Transfer does not give a problem, what should I correct here to make it work:

// This generates a public event on the blockchain that will notify clients
event Transfer(address indexed from, address indexed to, uint256 value);

// Notify anyone listening that this transfer took place

Transfer(msg.sender, _to, _value);

It seems the event transfer line already has all the information, is this correct? What issues will I run into if I leave out the 2 lines after event Transfer?
eddie2024
@eddie2024
can someone send me some funds please on rinkeby: 0x6Ef4478444cEAd921fDCc409180f159b6FbfB98e
piethein1628
@piethein1628
@piethein1628 Fixed: relocated last two lines to end of contract
eddie2024
@eddie2024
I'm having some issues with this code, if anyone more knowledgeable could contribute thier 2 pence, it would be greatly appreciated:
  function validPurchase() internal constant returns (bool) {

    uint256 current = block.number;
    bool withinPeriod = current >= startBlock && current <= endBlock;
    bool nonZeroPurchase = msg.value != 0;
    bool withinCap = false;
/*  
    bool withinBonusThirtyCap = current <= thirtyPercentEnd && weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= bonusThirtyCap;
    bool withinBonusTwentyCap = current <= twentyPercentEnd && weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= bonusTwentyCap;
    bool withinBonusTenCap = current <= tenPercentEnd && weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= bonusTenCap;
    bool withinMaxCap = weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= cap;
    bool withinCap = (withinBonusThirtyCap || withinBonusTwentyCap||withinBonusTenCap|| withinMaxCap);
*/    
    if (current <= thirtyPercentEnd && weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= bonusThirtyCap){ 
      withinCap = true;
      } else if (current <= twentyPercentEnd && weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= sumTwenThirty){
      withinCap = true;
      } else if (current <= tenPercentEnd && weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= sumThiTwenTen){
      withinCap = true;
      } else if (current > tenPercentEnd && weiRaised.add(msg.value) <= cap){
      withinCap = true;
    }/* else { 
      withinCap = false;
      //return !withinCap;
    }   
*/
//    bool withinCap = (withinBonusThirtyCap || withinBonusTwentyCap||withinBonusTenCap|| withinMaxCap);
    return withinPeriod && nonZeroPurchase && withinCap;  
   }
other related code :
    blockShare = (endBlock - startBlock)/100;
    thirtyPercentEnd = (startBlock +(20 * blockShare));
    twentyPercentEnd = (thirtyPercentEnd +(20 * blockShare));
    tenPercentEnd = (twentyPercentEnd +(20 * blockShare));
    bonusThirtyCap = cap.div(5);
    bonusTwentyCap = cap.div(7);
    bonusTenCap = cap.div(10); 
    sumTwenThirty = (bonusTwentyCap + bonusThirtyCap);
    sumThiTwenTen = (bonusThirtyCap + bonusTwentyCap + bonusTenCap);
Vertigo Studios
@VERTlG0
@eddie2024 You're a coder?
I would think coders would know enough by now to use a paste bin service...
eddie2024
@eddie2024
I am many things. A solidity expert is not one of them. Duely noted on the pastebin though!
Pavel1991
@Pavel1991
Hello, tell me please at me at installation of a purse downloaded already 18 421 013 chain structure, it is normal?
sgalindop
@sgalindop
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wya93
@wya93
nimenhao
guys
angelsuarrez
@angelsuarrez
how i get my token in the list without entering my contract address in other all the time
REDEYEFILMS
@REDEYEFILMS
Hi there... Do u have staff that can help create our coin?
patch083
@patch083
Total noob question. Trying to run the MyToken tutorial code from website. Get an error Source file requires different compiler version (current compiler is 0.4.13+commit.0fb4cb1a.Emscripten.clang - note that nightly builds are considered to be strictly less than the released version
pragma solidity ^0.4.16;
deepakdunitech
@deepakdunitech
hi
how to create token
robsuit
@robsuit
Are Rinkeby Tesnets and regular ETH network running the same versions of ETH??
I copy and pasted a smart contract from regular eth to a testnet wallet and I am getting complier errors. Do I need to include compiler inside of smart contract code? It's a github gist .
shouldn't this smart contract already have a complier inside if it was already an active smart contract. I took the smartcontract code from Etherscan.io and pasted it into my testnet wallet running on metamask
and it won't work .
I can't deploy the contract
if anyoen could help that would be great. thanks
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
@robsuit are you using Mist or Remix? What compiler errors?
robsuit
@robsuit
I'm a noob. Just cut and pasted right for etherscan into my wallet trying to deploy the contract. Did I need to use mist and Remix to compile first??
I thought the wallet had a complier
built in
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
Yes it has.
Do you see a URL bar in the top of your app?
robsuit
@robsuit
app or code?
Alex Van de Sande
@alexvandesande
Your app. Is it called Ethereum Wallet or Mist?
Also, what contract are you trying to deploy?
GK
@gktown
Hey guys, I'm looking for a smart contract that can accept multiple erc20 tokens in crowdsale. Do you happen to know a resource I could use?
robsuit
@robsuit
I'm using https://wallet.ethereum.org as UI for my metamask Rinkeby Testnet