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Posted on 1999-01-29
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Hi, I have just started learning VB and am trying to make some dice for my friends game. How would I go about making some dice that would roll a 20 sided dice if i click on a button, and the outcome would appear on a label? I am going to make more dice like this, like a 6 sided 12 sided, etc.
Thanks in advance :)
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by:gulrast
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Thanks, I just took out the +1 and added:
If Label1.Caption = 0 Then
Label1.Caption = 1
End If
that made it so that it doesn't always keep adding the 1 more number. Thanks again
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