thanks I will definetly ask them.
And yes, we do need to organise more DevLans and HotLabs... Problem is that this time of year is notoriously difficult due to exams and all that. I'm very out of touch with school cycles, so I have no idea when it's a good time and when not, that means I tend to just sort of go "Oh, November and December are bad times... sigh".
okey.Well if it helps i know that all schools in my area close on the 21st or the 22nd of November.
Hey im trying to learn visual basic to make .dll's for my GM games and i was wondering if anyone can help me to use random/randomize? im just playin around with the windows application and it doesn't want to work.
Also as a matter of interest whats the best way to clean a keyboard(/mouse)?
Well I clean my keyboard by hitting it against the table(not hard though ).just enough to get the dirt out .Then I wipe it down with a slightly damp cloth.:0
is the random for visual basic? as visual basic doesnt have its own random function as far as I know, all my programs in visual basic that have required random have used a custom written function I found when googling for random in visual basic, if you want I can give you that.
I dont see why you would need it though, Game Maker has a random function built into it.
Thanx! and i wanted random for my visual basic project im working on...separate from my gm one
in visual basic cntrl+space there is random+randomize in that lil menu that pops up!
what version of visual basic are you using? (I use 6)
Originally Posted by Express Edition 2005Originally Posted by Visual Basic (usage)
Last edited by edg3; 15-11-2007 at 04:06 PM.
and lets say i had to output this to a label (Label1)
dim number as random
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
Label1.Text = number
it gives me the error:
Error 1 Value of type 'System.Random' cannot be converted to 'String'.
i dont know wat the conversion type is!
Here you go :)Dim rRandom As New Random
Dim iVar As Integer
iVar = rRandom.Next()
Label1.Text = Str(iVar)