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VB – In this exercise, you modify the Raye Industries application from


 

Raye Industries Solution-MODIFY THIS

 

In this exercise, you modify the Raye Industries application from the chapter. Use
Windows to make a copy of the Raye Industries Solution folder. Save the copy in the
ClearlyVB2010Chap25 folder. Rename the copy Raye Industries Solution-MODIFY
THIS. Open the Raye Industries Solution (Raye Industries Solution.sln) file contained in
the Raye Industries Solution-MODIFY THIS folder. Open the designer window. Open
the Code Editor window and locate the btnCalc control’s Click event procedure.
Currently, the procedure displays the average pay rate for all employees. Modify the
procedure so it displays three values in the message box: the average pay rate for part-
time employees, the average pay rate for full-time employees, and the average pay rate
for all employees. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the
Code Editor window and then close the solution.

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VB – Open the Playhouse Solution (Playhouse Solution.sln) file contained


 

Playhouse Solution

 

Open the Playhouse Solution (Playhouse Solution.sln) file contained in the
ClearlyVB2010Chap24Playhouse Solution folder. Connect the application to the Play
database. The database is contained in the Play.accdb file, which is located in the
ClearlyVB2010Chap24Access Databases folder. The Play database contains one table
named tblReservations. The table contains 20 records. Each record has three fields: a
numeric field named Seat and two text fields named Patron and Phone. Drag the field
objects to the appropriate label controls in the interface. Code the Click event
procedures for the First Record, Last Record, Previous Record, and Next Record
buttons. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the Code Editor window and then close the solution.

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VB – Open the Color Solution (Color Solution.sln) file contained in the


 

Open the Color Solution (Color Solution.sln) file contained in the ClearlyVB2010
Chap23Color Solution folder. The Display Color button’s Click event procedure should
display the color of the item whose item number is entered by the user. All item
numbers contain exactly five characters. All items are available in four colors: blue,
green, red, and white. The third character in the item number indicates the item’s color,
as follows: a B or b indicates Blue, a G or g indicates Green, an R or r indicates Red, and
a W or w indicates White. If the item number does not contain exactly five characters,
or if the third character is not one of the valid color characters, the procedure should
display an appropriate message. Code the procedure. Save the solution and then start
the application. Test the application using 12b45 as the item number. The procedure
should display the word “Blue” in the lblColor control. Test the application using the
following valid item numbers: 99G44, abr55, and 78w99. Now test the application using
the following invalid item numbers: 12x and 23abc. Close the Code Editor window and
then close the solution.

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VB – Test Scores Solution Count Sequential Access File


 

Test Scores Solution Count Sequential Access File

 

Open the Test Scores Solution (Test Scores Solution.sln) file contained in the

ClearlyVB2010Chap22Test Scores Solution folder. Open the Code Editor window.
The btnSave control’s Click event procedure should allow the user to enter an unknown
number of test scores, saving each score in a sequential access file. The btnCount
control’s Click event procedure should display (in a message box) the number of scores
stored in the file. Code both procedures. Save the solution and then start and test the
application. Close the Code Editor window and then close the solution.

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VB – Salary Solution – One Dimensional Array


 

Salary Solution – One Dimensional Array – VB 2010

 

Open the Salary Solution (Salary Solution.sln) file contained in the ClearlyVB2010
Chap22Salary Solution folder. If necessary, open the designer window. Open the Code
Editor window and study the existing code. The btnDisplay control’s Click event procedure stores six salary amounts in a one-dimensional Integer array named intSalaries. Each salary amount corresponds to a salary code from 1 through 6. Code 1’s salary is stored in the intSalaries(0) element in the array, code 2’s salary is stored in the intSalaries(1) element, and so on. After storing the salary amounts in the array, the procedure prompts the user to enter a salary code. It then displays the amount associated with the code. Currently, the Dim statement assigns the six salary amounts to the array. Modify the procedure so that it reads the salary amounts from the salary.txt file and stores each in the array. The salary.txt file is contained in the project’s bin/Debug folder.. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the
Code Editor window and then close the solution.

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VB – Test Scores Solution Average


Test Scores Solution Average

 

Open the Test Scores Solution (Test Scores Solution.sln) file contained in the
ClearlyVB2010Chap21Test Scores Solution folder. Open the Code Editor window. Create
a structure that contains three member variables; each member variable will represent a test
score. The test scores may contain a decimal place. The btnAverage control’s Click event

procedure should prompt the user to enter the three test scores. Each test score should be
stored in a member of a structure variable. The procedure should pass the structure
variable to a function that calculates and returns the average score. Finally, the procedure
should display the average score (formatted with one decimal place) in the lblResult control.
Code the procedure and function. Save the solution and then start and test the application.
Close the Code Editor window and then close the solution.

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VB – JM Sales employs five salespeople. The sales manager


JM Sales employs five salespeople. The sales manager wants an application that allows him to enter any number of sales amounts for each of the five salespeople. The application should accumulate the sales amounts in a one dimensional array. The application also should display a report similar to this: http://wikisend.com/download/585390/JM Sales.jpg

The report contains each salesperson’s ID and total sales. It also contains the total company sales. The text box that displays the report has its BorderStyle property set to Fixed3D, its font property set to Courier New 10 point, its MultiLine and ReadOnly properties set to True, and its ScrollBars Property set to Vertical.

This program needs to be written in VB.NET.

Using:

Option Explicit On

Option Strict On

Option Infer Off

The exit button must have a message dialog box that pops up upon clocking exit that says are you sure you want to exit “yes or no” and if no the program stays open.

 

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VB – JM Sales employs 10 salespeople. The sales made by the


JM Sales employs 10 salespeople. The sales made by the salespeople during the months of January, February, and March are shown in Figure 8.52. The sales manager wants an application that allows him to enter the current bonus rate. The application should display each salesperson’s number (1 through 10), total sales amount, and total bonus amount. It also should display the total bonus paid to all salespeople. Be sure to use one or more array in the application. Then it gives you a table with the salespersons 1-10 sales amount January, February, and March

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VB – JM Sales employs eight salespeople. The sales manager


JM Sales – one-dimensional array

JM Sales employs eight salespeople. The sales manager wants an application that allows him to enter a bonus rate. The application should use the rate, along with the eight sale amounts stored in an array, to calculate each salesperson’s bonus amount. It also should calculate the total bonus paid to the salespeople. The application should display each salesperson’s number (1 through 8) and bonus amount, as well as the total bonus paid, in the interface.

A) List the output and input items, as well as any processing items, then create an appropriate algorithm using pseudocode.

B) Create a new Visual Basic Windows application.

C) Code the application.

The txtRate control should accept only numbers, the period, and the Backspace key. The contents of the txtReport control should be cleared when a change is made to the contents of the txtRate control. Use a one-dimensional array whose elements are initialized to the following sale amounts: 2400, 1500, 1600, 2790, 1000, 6300, 1300, and 2700.

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VB – The Ride-Away Sales company sells bikes by phone.


The Ride-Away Sales company sells bikes by phone. The bikes are priced at $100.00 each and are available in two colors: yellow and blue. Salesperson to enter the customers’s name and the number of blue or yellow bikes ordered and then calculate button calculates the total price the total number of bikes ordered and the total price of the order, including a 5% sales tax.
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VB – Using the numbers(chart) listed below develop a windows 


Using the numbers(chart) listed below develop a windows application that can determine and display the total cost per company for developers attending the conference. DIMC(Dynamic International Management Consortium) has a conference policy that states if any member of a company has attended a previous DMIC conference, the company receives a 15% discount from the total cost of its employees who attend. The policy also states that no more than 16 people from a single company can attend the conference. DIMC has asked that you design the program so that the user must enter valid data (Display error if not)
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VB – Write a program that allows users to specify two numbers


Write a program that allows users to specify two numbers and then adds, subtracts or multiplies them when the user clicks on the appropriate button. The output should give the arithmetic performed and the result. Note: If one of the numbers in an input text box is changed, the output text box should be cleared. Description: Need to have three buttons which is + – x Three text box, two are the input and one is the output Output box that shows answer (= answer) (example 23 x 77 = 1771)
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VB – Write a Program to determine a students gpa.


Write a Program to determine a students gpa. The student should enter the grade (A, B, C, D, or F) and the number of credit hours for a course, and then click on the Record This Course button. The user should then repeat this process for all their courses. After all the course have been recorded, the user should click on the Calculate GPA button. A function procedure should be used to calculate the quality points for a course.
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VB – Write a program to compute tips for services rendered


Write a program to compute tips for services rendered . The program should request the person’s occupation , the amount of the bill , and the percentage tip as input and pass the information to a sub procedure to display the person and the tip .
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VB – The Rule of 72 is used to make a quick estimate of the time 


The Rule of 72 is used to make a quick estimate of the time required for prices to double due to inflation. If the inflation rate is r percent, then the Rule of 72 estimates that prices will double in 72/r years. For instance, at an inflation rate of 6 percent, prices double in about 72/6 or 12 years. Write a program to test the accuracy of this rule. The program should display a table showing, for each value of r from 1 to 20, the rounded value of 72/r and the actual number of years required for prices to double at an r percent inflation rate.
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VB – A fast-food vendor sells pizza slices ($1.75), fries ($2.00), and soft


A fast-food vendor sells pizza slices ($1.75), fries ($2.00), and soft drinks ($1.25). The program should request the quantity of each item ordered in a Sub procedure, calculate the total cost with a Function procedure, and use a Sub procedure to display an itemized bill.
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VB – Drivers are concerned with the mileage obtained by their automobiles


Drivers are concerned with the mileage obtained by their automobiles. One driver has kept track of several tankfuls of gasoline by recording the miles driven and the gallons used for each tankful. Each time the user enters the miles driven and gallons used (both as Doubles) for a tankful and presses the Calculate MPG Button, the program should calculate the miles per gallon then display the miles driven, gallons used and miles per gallon in ListBoxes. The program should also display the total miles per gallon. (Be careful—this is not the average of the miles per gallon for each tankful.) All average calculations should produce floating-point results. Avoid division by zero—if the user enters zero for the number of gallons, inform the user that the input value for gallons must be greater than zero.
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VB – The council suggest that at most 30% of the calories in our diet


The council suggest that at most 30% of the calories in our diet come from fat. Although food labels give the number of calories and amount of fat per serving, they often do not give percentage of calories from fat. This percentage can be calculated by multiplying the number of grams of fat in one serving by 9 and dividing that number by the total number of calories per serving.
Write a Visual Basic 2010 program that requests the name of food and number of calories per serving, and the grams of fat per serving as input, and tells whether the food meets council’s recommendation.
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VB – Write a program to print a Business Travel Expenses attachment 


Write a program to print a Business Travel Expenses attachment for an income tax return. The program should request as input the name of the organization visited , the dates and location of the visit , and the expenses for Meals and Entertainment, Airplane fare , Lodging , and Taxi Fares. (only 50% of the expenses for meals and entertainment are deductible)
there should be 2 buttons at the button one that states print business travel expenses account the other preview travel expenses
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VB – Suppose automobile repair customers are billed at


Suppose automobile repair customers are billed at the rate of $35 per hour for labor. Also, suppose costs for parts and supplies are subject to a 5% sales tax. Write a program to display a simplified bill. The customer’s name, the number of hours of labor, and the cost of parts and applies should be entered into the program via text boxes. When a button is clicked, the customer’s name and the three costs should be displayed in a list box.
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