CTAT system requirements are commensurate with those of the Java Runtime Environment. Additional requirements may exist, depending on your authoring environment (Flash, NetBeans, and/or Eclipse).
modf(double dividend, double modulus), which returns n%m, the remainder of n divided by m. The function
mod(n,m)only works with integers, and so will return 0 for the expression
In this release, we’ve greatly increased performance of our Flash tutors by:
If you would like to use new CTAT widgets or components in an existing interface, you will need to upgrade that interface as described below. If you do not feel comfortable upgrading your interface, contact us and we will upgrade your interface.