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Old 02-05-2002, 08:40 PM
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While going over some posts I got an idea for this game from vb4me ...

RULES:

If you make 3 errors on the same question it moves on to the next one.
Dividing will never cause any fraction.
Subtracting will never result in a negative number

HOW TO PLAY:

5 Questions for each category. (Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide)
4 Levels. (Easy, Medium, Hard, Expert)
80 Questions in all. Fully automated

Optional to Install : a DLL (custom MsgBox) you don't have to register it. (this app WILL silll run without it)
Code included, do what you want with it. (Don't forget the credit)

P.S. Thanks to Squirm I lowered the skill level

For download move down 3 posts
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Neat, although when you're only on 'Medium' and it starts asking you what 26x28 and 28/3 are (yes I know, 728 and 9.3333), I begin to get worried about 'Hard' level... . Thank heavens it isnt timed as well.....

And my eyes ....... bright colours! Don't let The Hand see this...

Neat, Robby does it again! If I can I will devise a code competition for all the game coders out there..... wait and see
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Squirm, I think you're right, it may be too hard for kids.

I did make it easier.

Here's the NEW skill levels:

Easy = from 2 to 10

medium = 1 to 20

hard = 1 to 50

Expert = 1 to 100

No Fractions or negative results
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