Ok, I want to just say that this dice rolling program has been a pain in the .......... from the beginning, ok -- moving on.

I want to know if anyone at all could give me a hint as to how to find the average of multiple simulated rolls in a dice program. I know that a single roll has a 3.5 average and for two dice you multiply that times two... but what if I wanted to find the average of the sum for each of my 100000 random rolls?

Disclaimer: I know this is wrong, but....

This is what I thought of: 3.5 x 2 = 7 x 100000 = 700000 / 100000 = 7 ? ok, bare with me.

I also know that there is a 1/36 probability of rolling any number on the die. Maybe I should use this probability in the equation?

Code:

printf("\n\nPlease input a number for the seed value: "); //User needs to input a seed value
scanf("%f", &seed);
srand( seed ); //implementation of the random # generator function
for ( count = 0; count < 11; count++ ) // An array that makes sure the proper syncing of elements
// takes place.
rolls[ count ] = 0;
for ( count = 1; count <= 100000; count++ ) { //A counter that calls the 'roleDie' funtion
twoDice = roleDie() + roleDie();
++ rolls[ twoDice - 2 ];
}
//printf("\nthis is twodice %d\n",twoDice);
//average = ( twoDice / 100000.0);
printf("\n\nThe number of times the simulated roll of dice was 2: %d\n\n", rolls[0]);
printf("The number of times the simulated roll of dice was 7: %d\n\n", rolls[5]);
printf("The nuber of times the simulated roll of dice was 12: %d\n\n", rolls[10]);
printf("The average of all simultaneous dice rolls is: %.3f", average);
}
//*********************************
// USER DEFINED FUNCTION: roleDie
// 'Random Number Generator'
//*********************************
int roleDie() {
float result;
int roll;
result = rand();
roll = (result * 6) / 32768;
return( roll + 1 );
}

Ok guys, so you see the code. Can anyone clue me in?