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I don't know the syntax but you could easily do this with setting the switches to a constant, then adding them up. The number set would need to be something so that there would only be one solution...the one that you were looking for.
sw1 = 1
sw2 = 2
sw3 = 4
If sw1 and sw2 is both on, but sw3 is off, the number would be 3
If sw2 and sw4 was on, the number would be 6
If all were on, the number would be 7, etc.
Posted on May 09, 2008
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