The FloatOps Command provides the ability to do simple math operations of floats and ints. All variable values used will be parsed as floats, then the operation will be performed and they will be stored as a string variable value again.
The Command name can be anything you like, it makes no difference when the sequence is run and is purely for organisation purposes.
The 'Command Type:' line reminds you of the Command Type as you might choose not to put it in the Command's name.
The remaining properties are specific to this Command Type.
Operators - The main basic math operators are provided. '+' adds the two numbers, '-' subtracts the second number from the first number, '*' multiplies the two numbers, '/' divides the first number by the second number and '^' puts the first number to the power of the second number.
Result Variable Name - The variable name of the variable which the calculated value will be stored as.
Float One - The first number in the calculation. It can be a set int, float or it can be parsed from a variable value.
Float Two - The second number in the calculation. It can be a set int, float or it can be parsed from a variable value.