Right, that much I gathered. What I'm wondering is: is there a reason for this counter-intuitive method? This seems to me to be terribly illogical (if you're picking the last number on the outside, why not the first number? Why not [-1:2] when you really mean [0:1]?).
I grasp things better when I understand the why. And logic dictates, to me, that if you want [0:1], you represent this by typing [0:1], not by typing [0:2]. Or if the rule were to list the numbers you don't want on the outside like bread, you'd use both ends, not just the trailing one.
P.S. Hello and thanks again!
Edited by techgnostic, 06 May 2015 - 12:43 PM.