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I'm trying to make a wheel of fortune in visual studio 2005.... Here is what I've got so far... Could someone give me some pointers.. THanks...
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I would first start with a project a little less complicated. Not to discourage you, but that is going to be quite a large game -- and it looks like now you just have some visuals and a wordbank.

Second pointer:
You can not call
Code:
addWord(txtWordbank)
because addWord does not have any inputs. addword is defined as:
Code:
Sub addWord()
meaning that it takes in no inputs itself. You can simply call it by invoking addWord(), just make sure that 'txtWordbank.Text' exists.

Get a better grasp on the language before you dive into it, its not easy
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Here is a Wheel of Fortune game that me and a couole friends made, with a little work it will work
ill update later with the newest version
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That's cool, you should get it onto www.gamehippo.com. They carry only homebrew-type games.
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Here is a Wheel of Fortune game that me and a couole friends made, with a little work it will work
ill update later with the newest version
WOW cool thanks man...
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i know since you didn't do hardly any of it besides the ghetto spinning wheel...
new and improved version...
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