graphics: keystroke simplification routine
There are a lot of keystrokes involved in making a color move from one position to the next.
//legPos where  is relative to the body and each "LD" is relative to the previous part of the leg. ie) The knee joint is 6 LD's down from 0.
//openingLGS describes the movement of the legPos
as you can see, there is much repetitive keystroking.
//concat arrays to prevent huge lines of instructions. LASOrder puts the segments together; where stall1LGS represents an array of 15 zeros.
Still I had to type the stall1LGS array initially and it only useful when I need 15 zeros.
Maybe you can help with this part. I could use a time saver. I need an array that gives an increment of "0" to the previous array position.
thru a fifty count. It looks like an easy loop, but I'm struggling with it. And, really it's not ideal because I'll have to keystroke stroke brackets. The best I can come up with is to make an alphanumeric N012 represent 12 zeros.
Any script help/advice is appreciated.