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Hi All

I have written a VB program that I need to output the results in a graph - I have tried following the Technet article but it still does not seem to work - Can someone provide a solid way of doing this.

I basically have 4 values called r,g,b,y which are integers and each one need to have a column on the x axis - I do not need value for the y axis - I want it to appear in a Windows form.

Any help would be appreciated
Posted 18-Sep-12 5:06am
Wes Aday 18-Sep-12 11:10am
"the Technet article"? And what does "still does not seem to work" mean exactly?
DarrenAuchnie 18-Sep-12 11:14am
On this site - - It says in the code MSChart1.ChartData where MSChart1 is the name of the chart - when i try it i do not get the .Chartdata property afterwards
Wes Aday 18-Sep-12 11:18am
Okay and did you add an MSChart control to your application? Did you name it MSChart1?
DarrenAuchnie 19-Sep-12 9:55am
I got my chart working now just need the code to transfer integer variables r,g,b,y into the values of x - I cannot seem to find the property to do it

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Solution 1

If you use MS Visual Studio 2010, see these:[^]
A flexible charting library for .NET[^]

If i'm not wrong, you can use PrintForm class[^] too.

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