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  1. Is there a way to use a custom terminal or something from my pc and run a script on another pc. please let me know if its possible (not for anything bad just for a project im working on)
  2. For the past days i've been working on a program to make bingo cards, but now i've have a problem. The problem is that i only want 5 numbers on each row and they sould be spred randomly. To see the final result just open up Index.html after you've run the code. Look at the comments in the code for more info. Global $DBFile = @ScriptDir&"\Cards.txt" Global $NumToGenerate = 250 Global $Rnd[3] Global $NumPrVRow = "" Global $FillSpace[27] Global $Row[3] Global $Output Global $Mats[$NumToGenerate] Global $NumbersOnRow[3] ;Create Database File With Mats For $i = 1 To $NumToGenerate Co
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