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When I am testing my game it is saying debug string game core and could not find path

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It's having trouble loading the basic libraries; you might have to populate those global environment variables for it.

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//------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sub FileSearchByHavrda_Example_of_procedure_calling()
'
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this the code for your problem. by the way this for vb6.0

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Dim iVowel As Integer
Dim iCons As Integer
Dim iNum As Integer
Dim iSpace As Integer
Dim iOther As Integer

Dim cnt As Integer
Dim sChar As String

For cnt = 1 To Len(Text)
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Select Case sChar
Case "a", "e", "i", "o", "u" ' And sometimes "y"?
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Case "a" To "z"
' Includes the first case, but VB matches the first case and stops
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Case "0" To "9"
' Numbers
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Case " ", vbTab, vbLf
' Space characters
' Not including vbCr as this will likely be dealing with Windows text
' and I only want to match one character for a newline
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Case Else
If sChar <> vbCr Then iOther = iOther + 1
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Debug.Print "Text: " & Text
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Debug.Print "Consonants: " & CStr(iCons)
Debug.Print "Numbers: " & CStr(iNum)
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Debug.Print "Other: " & CStr(iOther)
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Sub CountCharacters(Text As String)
Dim iVowel As Integer
Dim iCons As Integer
Dim iNum As Integer
Dim iSpace As Integer
Dim iOther As Integer

Dim cnt As Integer
Dim sChar As String

For cnt = 1 To Len(Text)
sChar = LCase(Mid(Text, cnt, 1))

Select Case sChar
Case "a", "e", "i", "o", "u" ' And sometimes "y"?
' Vowel
iVowel = iVowel + 1
Case "a" To "z"
' Includes the first case, but VB matches the first case and stops
iCons = iCons + 1
Case "0" To "9"
' Numbers
iNum = iNum + 1
Case " ", vbTab, vbLf
' Space characters
' Not including vbCr as this will likely be dealing with Windows text
' and I only want to match one character for a newline
iSpace = iSpace + 1
Case Else
If sChar <> vbCr Then iOther = iOther + 1
End Select
Next cnt

Debug.Print "Text: " & Text
Debug.Print "Vowels: " & CStr(iVowel)
Debug.Print "Consonants: " & CStr(iCons)
Debug.Print "Numbers: " & CStr(iNum)
Debug.Print "Space characters: " & CStr(iSpace)
Debug.Print "Other: " & CStr(iOther)
End Sub

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