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Gap Solitaire

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Submitted on: 8/29/2015 8:02:59 AM
By: Nabeel Hosny 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
Views: 2159
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     Try to Get All the Cards in a Correct Order Ans Suit . From Ace to King With Only 4 Empty Spaces to Work With. Click on a Card . Then Click an Empty Space to be moved . Any King Can Move Free to Any Empty Space_Solve option_Marked move_Remember There is Always A Solution _ Have Fun friends

 
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3/1/2019 11:49:18 PMMary

Just a friendly note: Your code (as downloaded) has a serious flaw in it. As it stands, it is impossible to win the game. In the last "If - End If" statement in your Sub "checkorder", the downloaded source code shows "If Val((Labscore.Caption) = 5200 Then", it should read "If Val(Right(Labscore.Caption, 5)) = 5200 Then". I think that you probably forgot that the 'Labscore.Caption' contains not only the numerical 'score', but also the characters "Score : " at the beginning of the 'Labscore.Caption'. As such, the use of "Val" causes the 'Labscore.Caption' to evaluate to zero, which causes the "If" statement to automatically fail. Just thought you'd like to know. (Mary) (Note: I like your games!!!)
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