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Warcraft III Damage Calculator 1.0

This bundle is marked as useful / simple. Simplicity is bliss, low effort and/or may contain minor bugs.
[Darky: Please delete. -oz02]
Yes, I know theres already a damage calculator out there but mine is easyier to understand and there is NO ERRORS! If you put words in the boxes then there will be a error... None the less Bug Free!
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Warcraft III Damage Calculator 1.0 (Binary)

Level 5
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Congrats I got an error, put all 99999999 in there and it will exit.

I believe your using VB, I think there is a function IsNumeric or something like that, use that to see if its a number and if it returns false just set the text to like 0 or somtthing.

And after that use like text.1text > 999 then text1.text = 0 endif or something along the lines.
 
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I well theres the problem you used a too long integer. In the programs VB syntax i have the varables set to Integer so its values are from: -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. What I ment by no errors is there's no form errors, but theres still syntax. Also im gunna upgrade the program anyway because I can add neat icons
and make an installer for it to insure less errors.
 
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