In the Evaluator editor the example file has `atttr`

equal to `10272`

, but I get different results for `a & b`

in the ternary comparison depending on whether I use `attr`

or actual value `10272`

!!!

```
myAttr2 = ""; b = 2; c = 2048;
a = attr; // outputs a&b>0 in l3 below, l2 a&b=0
//a = 10272; // outputs a&b≤0 in l3 below, l2 a&b=0
myAttr2 += a + "&" + b + "=" + (a & b) + ", ";
myAttr2 += a + "&" + c + "=" + (a & c) + ", "; // l2
myAttr2 += (a & b ? "a&b>0" : "a&b≤0") + ", "; // l3
myAttr2 += (a & c ? "a&c>0" : "a&c≤0") + ", ";
return myAttr2 as str
```

Even more interesting, multiplication is not associative! In the same code above these two give different output

```
a = (attr*0) + 10272; // > in l3
//a = (0*attr) + 10272; // ≤ in l3
```