A Digital Dice

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Random numbers in their original form are not very useful in programming until weconvert them to integers. For example, if we need to obtain a random output of 6integers ranging from 1 to 6, which makes the program behave as a virtual die, weneed to convert the random numbers using the format Int(Rnd*6)+1. Let¨s study the following example:
In this example, Int(Rnd*6) will generate a random integer between 0 and 5 becausethe function Int truncates the decimal part of the random number and returns aninteger. After adding 1, you will get a random number between 1 and 6 every timeyou click the command button. For example, Let¨s say the random number generatedis 0.98. After multiplying it by 6, it becomes 5.88, and using the integer functionInt(5.88) will convert the number to 5, and after adding 1 you will get 6.In this example, you place a command button and change its caption to `roll die¨.

 Youalso need to insert a label into the form and clear its caption at the designing phase and

 make its font bigger and bold. Then set the border value to 1 so that it displays a border, and

after that set the  alignment to center. The statement Label1.Caption=Num means the integer

 generated will be displayed as the caption of the label. .

Dim num as integer
Private Sub Command1_Click ( )
Randomize Timer
Num=Int (Rnd*6) +1
End Sub






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