whgeiger -4

Just one more example of divisive, irrelevant arguments based on false premises. Liberal vs. Conservative, and Large vs. Small Government; one is better than the other nonsense. E-Mail and the Internet have nothing to do with this political buffoonery, other than to convey and disseminate it.

whgeiger -4

[QUOTE=WaltP;1128140]Doesn't make us happy.

[url=en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhetorical_question]Rhetorical question[/url]: With the help of [B]abhimanipal[/B] and [B]whgeiger[/B], can you now finish your program? That should give you an idea why we're more annoyed. :icon_wink:[/QUOTE]

Some of us do not care if you are unhappy or annoyed by our posts, as we did not address them to you nor did we solicit your negative and unwelcome comments. If you do not like a particular post, particularly the ones not addressed to you, just move on to greener pastures where you feel predisposed to make a positive contribution.

whgeiger -4

Timing Issue
It should be obvious to all, that I overlooked the date of the original post. Brevity has nothing to do with this bogus issue.
Text Select
From nValue1, nValue2 & nValue3, calc pointers to the appropriate strings for printing.

whgeiger -4

nIndex1 = getRandomNum(1,100);
nValue1 = nVect(nIndex1)
nIndex2 = getRandomNum(1,100);
nValue2 = nVect(nIndex2)
nIndex3 = getRandomNum(1,100);
nValue3 = nVect(nIndex3)
Populate nVect with candidate nValues in the appropriate proportions.
Example provides 1% granularity
William Geiger
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Salem commented: Wayyyyyyyy toooooooo laaaaaaateeeeeee to be of any use at all. -4