This is a route I used to create an on-screen keypad. Looking to understand if anyone else has done something like this and any more streamlined routes:
- Created three input fields, one each for hundreds, tens, and ones.
- Placed the ten digit buttons on the screen as a keypad.
- Gave each digit button three click actions - first moves any digit currently in tens position to hundreds position, second moves any digit in ones position to tens position, third places the keypad digit into the ones position.
- Placed one ‘enter’ button with click actions to write the values of the three inputs to three collection properties.
- Added a click action to that enter button to multiply the first field by 100, and the second by 10, then add the resulting hundreds, tens, and ones values.
- There is also a reset button on the keypad with click action to clear all three input fields in case of error in entry.
@Victor, from your YouTube Aug 12 2020 NumPad Experiment, interested to learn approach you used!