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Posted 10 Dec 2013You will need to post some code related to what you have tried already along with a better explanation of how your game works.
Unless your game is very, very simple, then I guess you're unlikely to get a valid response in your 2 hour deadline.
Posted 3 Dec 2013Congrats on solving the issue and thanks for posting back, maybe someone else will find it useful sometime.
Posted 28 Nov 2013You're actually in the wrong forum as VS2013 will be VB.Net.
But saying that, you need to have a look at data types and the data types you're using.
Integer will only support integer type numbers (whole numbers 1,2,3 etc.), so look at using something more applicable like a single or double.
You're also using the INT function, which returns the integer part of a number, do if you had 117.6, it would only return 117.
Hope that gives you some starting points.
Posted 12 Nov 2013The image you have posted (post #7) is not appending on the line in the "j" loop,so it will just write a single output each time in that loop.
This image seems to contradict some of the code you posted above (post #5) which is appending in each case.
Did you check the values of I and J in the highlighted line (you'll find that one them is outside the range).
Also, the line that writes out each line (J loop) doesn't need a newline on each output, otherwise you will just be drawing down the screen. You only need to add a newline when you need to go to the next line (after completing each iteration of the J loop).
You will still find that your formatting will be out, but let's see if you can figure that one out yourself first.
Posted 8 Nov 2013As I mentioned in my first post, I'm not familiar with the DataEnvironment in VB6.
If you're just starting out and teaching yourself (i.e.: It's not for a school class/course), then can I suggest you might be better putting your efforts into learning the newer version VB.Net. You can download the Express version for free.
If you decide to go this way, there are a few tutorials in the VB.Net forum on here, below is a link to one.
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