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ASP.NET/VB: Randomly Select an Option

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Using ASP.NET / VB How can I randomly select one of these items to go inside my <li> tag?

Something like this:
PrintOUT &= "<li>" & select_random("Pear","Cherry","Orange","Bannanna","Grape") & "</li>"

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Question by:hankknight
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Public Function select_random(ByVal ParamArray items() As String) As String
    Dim r As New Random()
    Dim i As New Integer = r.Next(0, items.Length)
    Dim result As String = items(i)

    Return result
End Function

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