chris8899

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  1. after taking your advice davej, and having a good read up etc on what you suggested, have successfully built a lottery generator without repeating numbers. so thanks for your advice
  2. thank you davej will do as you said and see if I can get somewhere on this
  3. i do not expect you to ?? and thats what i thought my initial post was to ask for help if i do not understand anything about this?? i joined the forum to get help and guidance on coding etc, and i know you guys are experts on this sort of thing, but did expect little more advice in your answers. but its o.k davej,, i will swat up visual basic and hopefully conquer it by learning oneself. and won't bother any of you experts on any more questions which don't get much of an answer anyway. cheers
  4. now thats what a lot of the experts say?? so in reality this forum is not here for helping users much!! i know its best to learn by oneself, so i guess it would be better to do that!! well thanks for at least replying even if it was a ( i don't want to help you , find out yourself ) answer cheers
  5. hi davej thank you for your reply and much appreciated and being new to all this, could you please advise me on how to do this?? although I know its best to learn myself, but at the moment have not got much clue on where to start , so advice would be welcome. thank you
  6. thank you justsomeguy for your information , will have to take a look at arrays
  7. hopefully I have put this in the correct place , and a warm welcome to all the experts here at W3schools!!! being a newbie to visual basic, i have experimented in making a program which i called thunderball random generator. and successfully created it and it works fine, but there is a minor problem, as occasionally it throws up 2 numbers the same in my text boxes i have. my setup is a generate button, with 6 text boxes to show the generated numbers the code i have which obviously must be correct is Private Sub Button1_Click (ByVal sender As Object, BYVal e As EventArgs( Handles Button1.Click Dim RandX As New Random TextBox1.Text = RandX.Next(1, 40) TextBox2.Text = RandX.Next(1, 40) TextBox3.Text = RandX.Next(1, 40) TextBox4.Text = RandX.Next(1, 40) Textbox5.Text = RandX.Next(1, 40) TextBox6.Text = RandX.Next(1, 14) so i am hoping someone can put me right on any coding to add so that it does away with 2 numbers the same appearing . thank you to any help or advice