But, I haven't found built-in to get the product of the list. Can you give the cue, please.

Wow, thanks)

hi, good idea. be sure to add such a check

you are absolutley right as I used r' registers which are 8 bytes. I'll fix it. thanks :)

Yes indeed. I initially looked for such a solution, but did not find it immediately.

I'm trash at probability, so I'm almost positive mine was wrong. I did (1/9)^12, but then did something weird afterward. I can't really remember what it was, but I think it was something like this:

(1/9)^12 = 3.5407062e-12

Then I like multiplied it by 1000000000000

And then divided something that I don't remember.

But, I haven't found built-in to get the product of the list.

Can you give the cue, please.

Wow, thanks)

hi, good idea. be sure to add such a check

you are absolutley right as I used r' registers which are 8 bytes.

I'll fix it.

thanks :)

Yes indeed. I initially looked for such a solution, but did not find it immediately.

I'm trash at probability, so I'm almost positive mine was wrong. I did (1/9)^12, but then did something weird afterward. I can't really remember what it was, but I think it was something like this:

(1/9)^12 = 3.5407062e-12

Then I like multiplied it by 1000000000000

And then divided something that I don't remember.