i posted on 2 forums maybe three as i need the help and figure the more peeps who see it the better, nothing like not thinking no-one wud help,
ill check that link in a min bro and see whats up their and let you know how it goes, and yes i want to add random characters once used not to be used again until all the chars have been added to the initial ones in the said text box and all characters have been used then say an X or a " space * is placed between the chars in the txtbox and the sequence of randoms that r about to be used.
the purpose of the X or the 0 is just an example character that would be used to seperate the outputted datafrom the random chars
, i willclarify what i mean, a random string will be placed into a text box by a user, eg. my tutor, when he clicks the start button a text box will display those characters, continuosly adding a random character each time but never repeating itself, so if he were to type in my course prefix (hn4)and he clicked start the he would maybe get an output of
and once all the possible ASCII characters are used in the 4th column, apart from 1 (lets sat an uppercase X for example) had been used and displayed in the box the unsed char would be placed at the end of the sequence like
untill all the ASCII chars are used in the 5th column this time, and the procedure would start again making the list of entries as long as you like but with no 2 entries being the same until a stop command is delivered.
right ill go check that link to post br0 and let you know how i get on, as at the moment the code
textbox1.text + chr (Int(Rnd() * (127 - 33) + 33))
perfoms 1 "cycle" of the program because that syntax only allows random chars at the end of the chars in the textbox one time, (127 of the ASCII chars i did not include a space) and i need it to occur until a stop command is sent.
thank you and peaceout
hmm not a major point cause it dont affect anything but iss 33 correct for a space? im thinking 32 hmmmmm