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VB.NET Faces Off Against Classic VB : Page 3

VB.NET, the .NET Framework, and Visual Studio.NET together form a potent combination that can simplify your code and reduce errors; however, to truly supplant existing versions of VB as a RAD tool, Visual Studio needs Break-Edit-Continue.


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Retrieve a random number within a specified range
This is a common task, but the syntax always seemed awkward in classic VB. It's been cleaned up considerably in VB.NET. To get a random number, simply call the Next method of the System.Random object. The overloaded version shown below returns a random number between two specified Integer values. The Random object seeds itself automatically using a time-dependent value.




Classic VB:

   Private Function getRandomNumber _
      (low As Long, high As Long) As Long
      Randomize(Now())
      getRandomNumber = CInt((high - low + 1) * _
         Rnd + low)
   End Function



VB.NET

   Private Function getRandomNumber _
      (ByVal low, ByVal high) As Integer
      getRandomNumber = New System.Random(). _
         Next(low, high)
   End Function


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