make number series in excel visual basic

I need excel visual basic macros that would make for me series of numbers that looks like



4.5,      5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5 , 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5 ...  in single sell

the comma is obligatory

So I simple button "start " ; input cells and output cell
In attachment you can find an example of sheet design
numbers.xlsx
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Will this do?
Option Explicit

Sub MakeNumbersString()
    Dim s As Single
    Dim strNumbers As String
    
    s = Cells(3, 3).Value
    Do Until s >= Cells(5, 3)
        s = s + 0.5
    
        strNumbers = strNumbers & s & ", "
    Loop
    strNumbers = Left(strNumbers, Len(strNumbers) - 2)
    Cells(8, 8) = strNumbers
End Sub

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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Oops. No it won't. The first number has been omitted.
Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Their you go i wrote a udf for you which does what you are looking for..

Function getsrs(r As Range, r1 As Range)

Application.Volatile
    Dim k As Double, z As Double
    Dim i As Double, str As String

    k = r.Value
    z = r1.Value

    For i = k To z Step 0.5

        If str = "" Then
            str = i
        Else
            str = str & " , " & i
        End If

    Next i


    getsrs = str
End Function

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Saurabh...
numbers.xlsm

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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
But easily fixed:
Sub MakeNumbersString()
    Dim s As Single
    Dim strNumbers As String
    
    s = Cells(3, 3).Value
    strNumbers = s & ", "
    Do Until s >= Cells(5, 3)
        s = s + 0.5
        strNumbers = strNumbers & s & ", "
    Loop
    strNumbers = Left(strNumbers, Len(strNumbers) - 2)
    Cells(8, 8) = strNumbers
End Sub

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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
Sub halvesseries()
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim sstr As String
    For i = Range("c3").Value * 2 To Range("c5").Value * 2
        sstr = sstr & IIf(sstr = "", "", ", ") & i / 2
    Next i
    [h8] = sstr
End Sub
Rory ArchibaldCommented:
Just for fun:

Sub foo()
    Range("H8").Value = Join(Filter(Evaluate("Transpose(IF(MOD(ROW(" & Range("C3").Value * 10 & ":" & Range("C5").Value * 10 & "),5)=0,ROW(" & Range("C3").Value * 10 & ":" & Range("C5").Value * 10 & ")/10,""|""))"), "|", False), ",")
End Sub

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I would never recommend using it though. :)
ProfessorJimJamMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
Rory :-D
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