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dwrowe001 09-27-2017 04:21 PM

Lotto Permutations, Combinations
Newbee to site needing help with coming up with code to generate numbers
for lotto picks...

I know nothing about VB, but I do know I need it to accomplish my needs. So I need help.

I have created a workbook in Excel 2016, with all the past draws for 5/60 lotto. 5 numbers picked out of 1 to 60.

I have formulas (I've gotten help with those also... sigh) which narrow down possible numbers for future draw.. and puts them in list which I have in on a worksheet named POOLS, in Column C, C2 down to C?? this list varies in length between 20 to 40 numbers, it just depends... and the numbers are random, not sequential.


I would like help with coming up with code which would generate all possible combos from that list. I would like to have the ability to control how many are generated, like generate only 5, 10, 20 30 etc... what ever I put in.

Also I would like to be able to have a sum range, min and max sum range of the generated picks. Example if I put in Min: 100 Max: 125, only numbers within that range will be generated.

Lastly I would like the ability of entering static numbers in any of the 5 positions.. have 5 boxes(cells) for balls 1, 2,3,4,5. If I put a 5 in the first box, for ball 1, then all the generated numbers would start with 5.. If I put a 2 in position 1 and 55 in last position, then all generated numbers would start with 2 and end with 55.

I hope I haven't gone to far with my request?? I know that there are possibly other posts which address my needs, but as I said, I know absolutely nothing about VB coding and wouldn't know what the heck I was looking at or how to modify it to meet my specific needs. I would be eternally grateful to anyone who helps... Thank you!!!


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