# I want to show a number that increases by 14 every 24 hours

You can use something like this, where 100 is the original number

\$100+14*tu(seq,1440,0,1000)\$

this are going to add to 100 14 x 1,2,3......... every 24 hours.

So what I'm using this for is to keep track of money I am saving by quitting smoking. To see it on my homescreen is an incentive.So the 100 part of equation makes it confusing.

You can use the 100 or not, like

\$14*tu(seq,1440,0,1000)\$

This are going to run for 1000 days, if you want you can use 2000 or 3000.

Ok so if my starting point now is \$70.00 I could do this

``\$70+14*tu(seq,1440,0,1000)\$``

Yes, this are going to work,

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Thank you so much for your help. Could you explain the 1440 and 0 as you did the 1000. I like to know why I am doing what I am doing. As for the 1000 I'm hoping 90 days to have forgotten why I even needed this in the first place. Congrats to you.

Yes, sure, you can find this in the fl codes.

tu(seq,1440,0,1000)

here you are saying to go sequentially, every 1440 minutes(one day) from 0 to 1000, like you go one time per day this are going to run for 1000 days.

If you change 1440 for 1, this are going to run every 1 minute, and if you change it for 1/2, every half a minute.

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