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I'm trying to create a program that can accept infinite inputs and add them up. The input will be put in a text-box and submitted with a button. Any suggestions?
Posted 14-Oct-12 6:51am
Wes Aday 14-Oct-12 13:02pm
Get input, add to total, get input, add to total, repeat infinitely.
Curtdawg123 14-Oct-12 13:21pm

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Solution 1

//u need to add  System.Text.RegularExpressions;
//Input is ur input string
string[] Numbers = Regex.Split(Input, @"\D+");
int Temp=0,Sum=0;
foreach(string i in Numbers)
if(int.TryParse(i,out Temp))
Sum += Temp;
Above code will take only Numbers.
Skips all Non-Digit characters, so to separate any number use any Non-Digit character
Maciej Los 14-Oct-12 15:36pm
Good job, +5!

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