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recursivity problem with visual basic .net

I got this formulas from an excel file


g33 = l51

l51 = p29

p29 =((C53*900)+(L36*L37)+(L50*L51))/P28

l37 = l29

l29 = f23

I use that formulas with 100 itherations on my excel file

I need to implementated thouse formulas in visual basic

In this example you can see the flow of the this formulas: http://www.itssc.edu.mx/example.jpg

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Nasir Razzaq

Not sure if I understand. Use in your application in what way? Is your application interacting with the Excel file?

The aplication is not interacting with the excel file

the thumbnail is just to show you the math flow of the formulas

I need to implementated that formulas in a vb proyect

I think that I need to implementated a recursivity function or something like that

Nasir Razzaq

Where do you get the values from in App? Do you ask the user for values? Are the values in a grid? Coming from a DB?
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William Peck

this formulas are part of a math model

when the user start the model he enter some values that will use for the math model.

But when the math flow came to this formulas the values are provided for other formulas

in the excel file I use 100 itherations with .001 of diference

in this link you can find the excel file

perhaps the excel file can help to understand my issue: http://www.itssc.edu.mx/example.xls


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If you are doing it in the Excel sheet with VB just use Range("F23").Value for F23.
If you are doing it just in VB, then you should give the variables better names.
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O my god

It was so simply!!!!!!!!

Im a real dork

Im sorry for waste your time bro!!!