Mon Jan 4 15:48:58 2016 by Ishpeming |

I would like to figure out probabilities for the old world of darkness. I would like the program to count 8s, 9s, 10s on a variable number of d10s. 10s explode infinitely. However, 1s subtract from the total number of counted die. |

Tue Jan 5 10:32:54 2016 by Torben |

You can do it this way:`N := 4; \ number of dice in pool` However, that is very slow when N is 4 or more. To speed it up, we note that 2-7 behave the same, as does 8 and 9, so instead of a d10 we use a die with one 1, six 2s, two 8s and one 10: `N := 4; \ number of dice in pool` The reason this is faster is that there are fewer different pools possible. |

Tue Jan 5 17:35:03 2016 by Ishpeming |

Marvelous! |