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Basic VB help


So its pretty straight forward. Im learning VB and am having trouble wrapping my head around how to use a variable to store a value. as in. I have a button that performs a calculate operation, and i need to store the quantity, cost, and number of transactions somehow so that I can use another button to create an average. 


.. This is probably really simple, but I am just stumped. Any help is appreciated.

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If you need to have that value only stored for 1 session, im preety sure that you can declare (dim) some temp variables in the main form (if you are using Forms) script, or when you hit calculate you could display the value, and when you want to calculate the average , just take the value from the UI.


You should tell us a bit more about your current setup and what are you working with.


I dont know how to explain this well , its been years since i used VB, but i hope i helped at least a little ....

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On 10/26/2018 at 11:36 PM, mariushm said:

Are you talking about Visual Basic 6, or VBScript , or do you mean VB .Net ?  They're kinda two different things.

someone pass his math classes ?


But seriously i know what you meant.

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