Thanks, but....

by unseenmachine (no login)

 

as always a but...

I see your point with the lowercase thing, but find that if i put the $ on strings and leave integers with out their % i know whats going on.I rarely use any other type of variable, but thanks for the tip...

As for the code, i got it working...but is there a way to sort all of the data in the array in desending numerical order? Thanks...UNSEEN

Posted on Dec 20, 2009, 4:04 PM

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Sure. Here is the Bubble Sort algorithm:Solitaire on Dec 20
 * Ever hear of SWAP? You is doin it in VB :-P on Dec 20
  You're right, Clippy.Solitaire on Dec 20
   * I found that out in VB6. I swapped like you did. on Dec 20
   But you use bubble sortqbguy on Dec 21
    The one I posted was even easier...Pete on Dec 21
     * But that one's just a less optimized bubble sortqbguy on Dec 21
      So?Pete on Dec 21
    * Because it is NOT "intuative" to a new programmer. on Dec 21
     Am i the programmer in question? on Dec 21
      Not really. There are dozens of ways to SORT. Some are not easy to understand. on Dec 21
      I've been coding more years than you've been alive.Pete on Dec 21
     How is bubble sort more intuitive than selection sort?qbguy on Dec 21
      * I use shell sort without a problem. Not everything involves vast arrays. on Dec 21
Why would you want to change the array data? on Dec 20
 The purpose of it all...well some of it anywayunseenmachine on Dec 20
  The ten most likely would probably be the least used balls, but on Dec 20
  Fun to program but fruitless to use.Pete on Dec 21
   Fot those who are not englishunseenmachine on Dec 21
    * I thought for the lottery the order doesn't matter thoughqbguy on Dec 21
     * Up with disorderly balls the Engish will not put!Sir Winston on Dec 21
    * Just switch < to > 'get the lowest' to 'get the highest' and 1 to 10 for results.Pete on Dec 21
     Done, well to a fashionunseenmachine on Dec 21
      * Well I think that is more than 50 numbers. on Dec 21
       Re. more than 50 numbersunseenmachine on Dec 21
        Of course!Solitaire on Dec 22

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