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Visual Basic Procedure Calling


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-Lionel-

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I'm having a bit of a problem here. My instructor is new to the program and isn't much help. In fact I probably know more than she does, but i'm getting stumped here :) I tried to email the Visual Logic developers, but still haven't heard anything back yet. So heres my problem:

In the main program i'm calling a procedure that tells me how much a persons sitting fee is for a portrait studio. It then gives me the variable which is basePrice. When it gets back to the main program and it prints the output on the screen it then fails to pull the basePrice number and just gives me a 0.

Does anyone have any type of experience with this program? Please help me out lol!
:)

I've attached the .VLS file for help. If someone needs the program let me know. Or you can download a trail a the visual logic site http://www.visuallog...-Course-2.2.zip . Down side is you can't save it. If you need a program to save it let me know or explain how you got it to run right thanks again!

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gregrae

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Could you let me know how to save the file when I am using the Visual basic program.
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