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    HELP with For Next...

    Okay, so I have to create program that adds the whole numbers from 1 to 1000 and displays the sum in the label. Create a variation of this program that allows the user to specify any starting whole number and any ending whole number (10,000 or lower) and then adds all the whole numbers in that range. Allow for the possibility that a user may start with a high number and end with a low number. Format the label so that commas are displayed and there are no decimal places showing. I need help with the codes.

    So far I'v come up with this

    For i = 1 to 1000

    Next

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    Re: HELP with For Next...

    So, what's the problem. That looks OK to me.

    If you run into other problems, post them, and we'll help.
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    Re: HELP with For Next...

    Public Function AddRange(ByVal LowNum As Long, ByVal HighNum As Long)as Long
    dim Result as Long
    Result = 0
    For i as integer = LowNum to HighNum
    Result += i
    Next i
    AddRange=Result
    End Function

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    Re: HELP with For Next...

    Quote your post, and then MINE:

    Code:
    Public Function AddRange(ByVal LowNum As Long, ByVal HighNum As Long)as Long
      dim Result as Long
      Result = 0
      For i as integer = LowNum to HighNum
         Result += i
      Next i
      AddRange=Result
    End Function
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    Re: HELP with For Next...

    Either you have to check BEFORE you call that sub, or FIRST THING inside of it.

    What if Low>High? Switch them...

    If you can't grasp these simple concepts, you should go back to the books
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    Re: HELP with For Next...

    Right ... So far that is correct...

    Allow for the possibility that a user may start with a high number and end with a low number.
    Hint for this...

    Code:
    If LowNum > HighNum Then
    
    
    End If
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