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    [RESOLVED] choose smaller number from an array always "0"

    I am writing a dice roller program with VB 2010 express that rolls many different types of dice and up to 15 of each type. I currently have 4 options on for the program. Choose how many dice, Choose how many sides on dice, Choose only the highest roll and choose only the lowest roll. Everything seems to be working as intended with the exception of the "Use lowest Die" code. If anyone can please point me into the right direction or give me an example of how to do it better. Thanks in advance for any help

    Code:
            Dim DiceArray(frmRoller.cmbNumberofdice.Text) As Long
            Dim iTemp As Integer
            Dim i As Integer
            Dim numofDice As Integer
            Dim CountArrayHigh(100) As Integer
            Dim CountArrayLow(100) As Integer
            numofDice = frmRoller.cmbNumberofdice.Text
    
            Select Case frmRoller.cmbChooseDie.Text
                Case "D4"
                    For i = 1 To numofDice
                        iTemp = D4()
                        DiceArray(i) = iTemp
                        If iTemp > CountArrayHigh(0) Then CountArrayHigh(0) = iTemp
                        If iTemp < CountArrayLow(0) Then CountArrayLow(0) = iTemp
    
                    Next i
    
                    highDie = CountArrayHigh(0)
                    lowDie = CountArrayLow(0)

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    Re: choose smaller number from an array always "0"

    Never mind :-) figured it out.

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