I don't understand where I am doing something wrong. The instructions is to create a random application that generates a random number in the range of 1 through 100. If it's too low state "too low, try again" and the same for if it's too high.
(I'm using visual basic)
So I declared my variables and wrote a code for the procedure. I declared x as my integer. Any advice on how to correct it?
Thanks for all help
intNum = rand.Next(100) + 1
For x > intNum
MsgBox("Too high, try again")
For x < intNum
MsgBox("Too low, try again")
For x = intNum
MsgBox("You guessed right!")
What happens when you try to run it? Where does it STOP? That is where the first error is. If it doesn't get that far, then the compiler doesn't understand what you tried to do. (neither do it, from looking)
Also, use CODE TAGS if you want to post code.
' This is code
Dim a As Integer, b as Integer
Dim c as Integer, d as String
c = a + b
d = format("$.00, c)
Print d ' WHAT DOES IT PRINT HERE???
also, looks like you want the VB.Net forum. Random.Next(10) doesn't work in VB6
Last edited by dglienna; November 24th, 2012 at 07:20 PM.