Last semester for a VB class I took, we had to program a Visual Basic Tic-Tac-Toe without any help from the teacher. I established myself with getting the Tic-Tac-Toe to work, but we needed to have a random start, either computer or human first. So heres what I got.
That worked just fine for the started, but now I needed to randomize where the computer started. And I found out Rnd only generates a random number 0-1. How would I generate 0-8?
Dim iStart as Integer
iStart = Rnd
If you look up the Rnd function in VB's online help, you'll find an example of how to generate a random number in a given range. VB's online help is also available on MSDN, so if you search Google for "rnd given range", you can find what you're looking for.
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i think it is:
Dim I As Integer
I = int(1 + rnd * 8)
Last edited by XRsTX; 03-14-2005 at 01:30 AM.
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