rspahitz

what is one plus two?
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TheAnswerManAsked:
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rspahitzConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Ummm, I was going to say "3", but since you described in in words, I'll guess "three."

Thanks, TheAnswerMan.  And TimCottee was right--point credit for:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?qid=20132248

...and you guys are all so funny, a co-worker just asked me why I was laughing, so a true LOL!
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WalterMCommented:
Clearly, this question has been posted to the wrong discussion forum!

As most of it's users soon realize, VB has never been and will never be the language most suited to do fast and complicated calculations.

I suggest you try your luck in a C or Assembly forum, as these experts will more likely be able to offer some insight into your problem in exchange for some precious expert points.

A flabbergasted

Michel
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TimCotteeHead of Software ServicesCommented:
Which base are you trying to determine the result in, there are many possible answers to your question. I think that we need to see some code to fully understand what you are trying to do here and to better offer a more targeted solution.

Nice one Walter, though TheAnswerMan should have posted the link to http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=visualbasic&qid=20132248 to clarify the reason for this point transfer.
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WalterMCommented:
*LOL* - no offense
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ramy050799Commented:
aaahhhhhh i geuesss maybeee
four
right??:))))))))))))))

Please we need the manuals of the fucntion to understand your question. If you really need help.
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