Reference

Index

DiceRolls.CompactedComparisonType
CompactedComparison(r, op, x)

Stores a comparison between a roll r and a value x. Use collect to collect all the roll values that satisfy that comparison.

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DiceRolls.DiceType
Dice(sides)

Dice is the basic structure of the package. It has sides. The traditional RPG dice are predefined: d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, and d20. There is also an additional useful "dice": coin.

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DiceRolls.dropMethod
drop(r)
drop(r; kind=:lowest, n=1)

Drops the lowest part of a roll. Notice that for a DiceRoll, this means dropping the lowest dice in a roll, but for composite dice, it can mean dropping a whole segment. For instance

drop(4d6)

will drop the lowest valued dice of the four 6-sided dice rolled. It is equivalent to

v = roll.([d6, d6, d6, d6])
sum(v) - minimum(v)

On the other hand,

drop((2d4 - 1) * (2d4 - 1))

will drop the lowest of the product, i.e., it is equivalent to

v = roll.([2d4 - 1, 2d4 - 1])
sum(v) - minimum(v)

keyword arguments

• kind: Either :lowest or :highest to remove either the lowest or highest roll or rolls.
• n: The number of dice to be removed.
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DiceRolls.histogramMethod
values, frequency = histogram(dice; normalize=false)
values, frequency = histogram(roll; normalize=false)

Computes the histogram of a dice or roll. This operation can be intensive because it computes the histogram of its internal parts recursively, so it can slow for complicated rolls.

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DiceRolls.keepMethod
keep(r)
keep(r; kind=:highest, n=1)

Keep only the highest part of a roll. Notice that for a DiceRoll, this means keeping the largest dice in a roll, but for composite dice, it can mean keeping a whole segment. See the behaviour of drop for more information.

keyword arguments

• kind: Either :lowest or :highest to keep either the lowest or highest roll or rolls.
• n: The number of dice to be kept.
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DiceRolls.probMethod
prob(comparison)

Compute the probability of the given comparison, e.g., prod(2d4 > 3).

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DiceRolls.rolllistMethod
rolllist(d :: Dice; generator=false)
rolllist(r :: Roll; generator=false)

Show all possible rolllist of dice d or roll r. For DiceRolls this is a list of all dice results. For CompositeRolls and other Rolls where its parts are made of Rolls.

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DiceRolls.@roll_strMacro
@roll_str(str)

Convenient string macro. Format: <n rolls>#<N>d<faces>+<modifier><mod effect>

<n rolls>, <N>, <modifier>, <mod effect> are optional.

Example:

r"2#1d20+6" # Rolls 1d20+6 twice
r"2d20kh1" # Rolls 2d20 and keeps highest
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