This is a small extension I made, and I figured I might as well share it! This extension provides 14 blocks that return a variety of numbers! For the blocks in the `Other`

group, the value you put into the `[number]`

input will determine what number the number is multiplied by.

Example:

All of the blocks:

What if I wanted, for example, 90?

This is a cute little extension! I could see it being used as a replacement for those loooong strings of multiplication blocks.

Hmm something seems weird, all of a sudden I get a bunch of weird letters

(just a joke, src https://github.com/jwunderl/pxt-roman-numerals)

@Sarge, you could just use a Math block for `nine`

`*`

`ten`

. I just chose to have the numbers 1-9, as well as some larger, even factors of ten for easy multiplication.

This looks awesome!

april fools was last month

I’m sure someone will find this VERY useful when they leap through time by about 2000 years and decide the first thing they need to do before learning modern numbers is to make their own game.

That is a cool extension! I’m not sure how it’d be useful though apart from helping Roman computer programmers transition into modern times…