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hello world, my question today is how can i have a loop that will loop depending what is defied in the numeric drop down menu. for a example; if the drop down menu is 3, i would like the action to loop 3 times. if the menu is 7, the action will loop 7 times. can some one help me please?
Posted 4-Mar-13 11:40am
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DinoRondelly at 4-Mar-13 17:43pm
   
Take the number from your drop down and use it as your loop counter ,,,
tony karant at 4-Mar-13 18:52pm
   
yes
DinoRondelly at 4-Mar-13 18:53pm
   
Solution below ...

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Solution 1

look at CINT[^]. Then use that in your loop definition i.e.
   for i as integer = 0 to CINT(myDropDown.SelectedValue)
      .... your code here ....
   next i

my VB is rusty so this probably wont compile but you should be able to get the point.
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