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VB – Kerry Sales Solution


 
Kerry Sales Solution

Open the Kerry Sales Solution (Kerry Sales Solution.sln) file contained in the VB2010Chap11Kerry Sales Solution folder. If necessary, open the designer window. Double-click Payroll.vb in the Solution Explorer window

Create a base class named Commission. The class should contain two Public properties: a string property named SalesId and a Double property named Sales. Include a default constructo and a parameterized constructor in the class. Also include a GetCommission using eh following formula: sales* .05

Create a derived class named BonusCommission. The Derived class’s GetComission method should calculate the commission as follows: sales* .05 + (sales – 2500) * .01. Be sure to include a default constructor and a parameterized constructor in the derived class.

Open the form’s Clode Editor window and locate the btnCalc control’s Click event procedure. Finish coding the procedure, using the comments as a guide.

Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the form’s Code Editor window and the Payroll.vb window, and then close the solution.

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VB – Valley Boulevard Auto Parts Application


 
Valley Boulevard Auto Parts Application

VB Auto needs an application to cross reference its spark plugs to three other major brands. It keeps the following table of equivalent part numbers. The part numbers will be stored in a comma delimited text file and read into a two dimensional array during the form load event.

VB Auto Chrysler Ford General Motors

PR214 MR43T RBL8 14K22

PR223 R43 RJ6 14K24

PR224 R43N RN4 14K30

PR246 R46N RN8 14K43

PR247 R46TS RBL17Y 14K33

PR248 R46TX RBL12-6 14K35

PR324 S46 J11 14K38

PR326 SR46E XEJ8 14K40

PR444 47L H12 14K44

The user will select the company in the company list box and the part number list for that company will populate in the part number list box. When you click on the company’s part number the equivalent Valley Boulevard part number will appear in the VB part number text box.

You will use list boxes for the selections.

Use Try/Catch to catch a IO.Exception (file not found).

Objects used: Buttons, Groupbox, Labels & Listboxes,

Components used: ToolTip, PrintDocument & PrintPreviewControl

Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic.FileIO

All programming guidelines and standards apply.

Sample form at start.

 

 

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VB – Room Charge Web Application Calculator


Room Charge Web Application Calculator

A customer staying at the Highlander Hotel may incur the following types of charges:

• Room charges, based on a per-night rate

• Room service charges

• Telephone charges

• Miscellaneous charges

Create an application that calculates the customer’s total charges. Here are the basic

operations, in sequence:

1. When the application starts, the user enters the number of nights and the nightly

room charge. The user can also enter additional charges, in dollars.

2. When the user clicks on the Calculate Charges button, the application should multiply

the nights by the nightly charge. Then it should add the additional charges, producing

the subtotal.

3. Next, the application should multiply the subtotal by an 8 percent tax rate, producing

the tax amount.

4. Finally, the application adds the tax amount to the subtotal, producing the total charges.

A sample is shown in Figure 8-39. Notice that the application displays the current date

and time in the upper-right corner of the window.

 

 

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VB – Room Charge Windows Form Calculator


Room Charge Windows Form Calculator

A customer staying at the Highlander Hotel may incur the following types of charges:

• Room charges, based on a per-night rate

• Room service charges

• Telephone charges

• Miscellaneous charges

Create an application that calculates the customer’s total charges. Here are the basic

operations, in sequence:

1. When the application starts, the user enters the number of nights and the nightly

room charge. The user can also enter additional charges, in dollars.

2. When the user clicks on the Calculate Charges button, the application should multiply

the nights by the nightly charge. Then it should add the additional charges, producing

the subtotal.

3. Next, the application should multiply the subtotal by an 8 percent tax rate, producing

the tax amount.

4. Finally, the application adds the tax amount to the subtotal, producing the total charges.

A sample is shown in Figure 8-39. Notice that the application displays the current date

and time in the upper-right corner of the window.

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VB – The Westfield carpet company has asked you to write


The Westfield carpet company has asked you to write an application that calculates the price of carpeting. To calculate the price of the carpet, you multiply the area of the floor (width x Length) by the price per square foot of the carpet. For example, the area of a floor this is 12 feet long and 10 feet wide is 120 feet. to cover that floor with carpet that cost $8 per square foot eould cost $960. You should create a class named rectangle with the following properties: width: A single length: A single Area : A single The area property should be read-only. provide a method names CalcArea that calculates the x length and stores the result in the area property. Next, create a class named carpet with the following properties: Color: A string Style : A string Price: A decimal The application should have a form similar to the one shown in figure 12-16. (the carpet price is the price per square foot.) When the calculate button is clicked, the application should copy the data in the text boxes into the appropriate object properties, and then display the area and price.

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VB – Doughnut Shoppe


 

Doughnut Shoppe

The Doughnut Shoppe sells four varieties of doughnuts: Glazed ($.65), Sugar ($.65), Chocolate ($.85), and Filled ($1.00). It also sells regular coffee ($1.80) and cappuccino ($2.50). The store manager wants an application that she can use to calculate and display a customer’s subtotal, 3% sales tax, and total due.

a. Create a Visual Basic Windows application. Use the following names for the solution and project, respectively: Doughnut Shoppe Solution and Doughnut Shoppe Project. Save the application in the ClearlyVB2010Chap17 folder. Change the name of the form file on your disk to frmMain.vb. If necessary, change the forms’ name to frmMain.

b. Create the interface shown in Figure 17-16.

c. Code the application. Use one function to calculate and return the cost of the doughnut. Use another function to calculate and return the cost of the coffee. Use a third function to calculate and return the 3% sales tax. Use a sub procedure to clear the subtotal, sales tax, and total due amounts when a radio button is clicked.

d. 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 – Vehicle Price Calculator


Vehicle Price Calculator

We want to create a project that determines the total amount due for the purchase of a vehicle. The user input the base price and the trade-in allowance, indicates if the buyer wants additional accessories: stereo system, leather interior, and/or computer navigation. The user must also choose one of the following options for the exterior finish: Standard, Pearlized, or Customized detailing. If the user does not enter the trade-in amount, 0 (zero) is used as default. The input values must be validated and messages displayed, in message boxe(s), when necessary. To calculate, add the price of the selected accessories and exterior finish to the base price and display the result in a control called subtotal. Calculate the sales tax on the subtotal and display the result in a total control. Then subtract any trade-in amount from the total and display the result in an amount due control.

Include buttons for Calculate, Clear, and Exit. The Calculate button must display the total amount due after trade-in.

Stereo System……425.76
Leather Interior…..987.41
Computer Navigation…..1,741.23
Standard…..no additional charge
Pearlized….345.72
Customized Detailing 599.99
Tax Rate ….8%

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VB – Mama Jane’s PIZZA STORE


Mama Jane’s PIZZA STORE

The local pizza store, Mama Jane’s has hired you to develop a program that will make it easier for their sales associates to compute a customer’s bill. You are to write a program that will allow the cashier to enter in customer information, pizza information and display the total amount due.

Here are the pertinent details:

COST OF THE PIZZA: The actual cost of the pizza is based on the pizza size and the pizza style. The style is either regular or stuffed crust and the size can be small, medium, large or monster. See the table below for price information. Internally you can handle this in one of two ways – you can either store this internally in a two-dimensional array/table or you can use an array of structures with two fields like you did in the state/abbreviation program.

Small

Medium

Large

Monster

Regular

5.99

6.99

7.99

8.99

Stuffed Crust

6.99

7.99

8.99

9.99

Two-Dimensional Array Approach: If you are going to use a 2D array/table, you could declare it using something like this:

Dim pizzaArrayDecimal(,) As Decimal = {{5.99, 6.99, 7.99, 8.99}, _

{6.99, 7.99, 8.99, 9.99}}

Array of Structures Approach: If you are going to use an array of structures, you could use a similar setup to the state/abbreviation program with the fields being regularDecimal and stuffedDecimal. You would then need an array of 4 elements (for each size) that you could initialize in the form load as in the state/abbreviation program.

PIZZA TOPPINGS: A customer can order one or more toppings for their pizza. Toppings are $0.75 each (use a constant) and will be one of the following:

§ Peppers
§ Onions
§ Cheese

DISCOUNTS: A customer may receive a discount on their purchase. Discounts are computed before taxes and can be one of the following (use a constant):

§ None – no discount
§ Coupon – 10% discount
§ Preferred customer card – 15% discount

TAXES: The final bill should also add in a state sales tax of 8% (use a constant) before calculating the amount due.

NOTE: Use appropriate constants for all numerical values that are predefined (e.g., toppings, tax, discounts).

Form Specifications

Splash Screen: — Your program should have a standard splash screen before bringing up the input form above. The splash screen should contain your name in the copyright information.

Text Boxes: — You will use textboxes for all customer information. VALIDATION REQUIRED: All fields must contain information or an error message will be displayed. CODING TIP: You will want to use a nested IF/ELSE rather than a TRY/CATCH to perform the data validation of each field.

Customer Name
Address
City
State
Zip

Combo Boxes/Lists

Pizza Size: Should be one of the following – small, medium, large or monster. Selection required. VALIDATION REQUIRED: A size must be selected or an error should appear.
Pizza Style: Should be one of the following – regular or stuffed crust. Selection required. VALIDATION REQUIRED: A style must be selected or an error should appear.

Check Boxes/Groups:

Toppings: Can be none, or, one or more of the following: peppers, onions and extra cheese.

Option Buttons/Groups:

Discount: May be none or 10% coupon or preferred customer (15% discount).

Menu System – The menu system should contain the following options (you can organize the menu choices however you’d like):

Calculate – Totals the customer’s bill after adding any toppings, deducting discounts and adding appropriate tax (assuming all data validation tests are passed). Displays the subtotal, discount, tax and amount due in the label box as currency. Note that if any validation error occurs, the program should not calculate or display any totals.
Font – Changes the font of the amount due label.
Color – Changes the color of the amount due label.
Clear – Clears all the text, check and option buttons, and totals. Repositions the cursor in the customer name text box for the next customer.
(extra credit) Print – For extra credit, code print menu option that prints an invoice that will be taped to the pizza box for the delivery person. This should print all relevant information, including customer name and address, pizza size and style, toppings, subtotal, discount, tax and amount due. Note, the sample EXE does not have the print coded.
Help/About – Message box with your name and program name.
File/Exit – Exits the program.

CODING TIP: You do not need a search routine to perform the calculations as you did in the module 8 program.

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VB – Temperature Conversion Application


Temperature Conversion Application

Write an application that performs temperature conversions. The application should perform two types of conversions: degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius, and degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit. To convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius, use this formula:

Celsius = (5 / 9) * (Fahrenheit – 32)

To convert degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit, use this formula:

Fahrenheit= (9 / 5) * Celsius + 32

Create Functions to perform each conversion, using the formulas above. The user should provide the temperature to convert. Allow the user to enter a number. Provide separate Buttons that allow the user to convert the number entered into Fahrenheit and Celsius, respectively.

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VB – Grade Solution


VB Grade Solution

Open the Grade Solution (Grade Solution.sln) file contained in the ClearlyVB2010

Chap26Grade Solution folder. Add a new class file named CourseGrade to the project.
The CourseGrade class should have three attributes: the scores for three tests. Each test
score will be an integer. The class also should have two behaviors: the default
constructor and a method that determines and returns the letter grade. The letter grade
is based on the total score, as indicated in Figure 26-15. Code the CourseGrade class.
Save the solution and then close the CourseGrade.vb window. Open the form’s Code

Editor window. Code the btnDisplay control’s Click event procedure. Each test score
should be from 0 through 100 only. Save the solution and then start and test the
application. Close the Code Editor window and then close the solution.

Total score Grade

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270-300 A

240-269 B

210-239 C

180-209 D

Less than 180 F

 

 

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HCS 552 Week 5 Individual Assignment


 

 

HCS 552 Week 5 Individual Assignment Health Care Delivery Systems Presentation

Prepare an 8- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes that includes the following information:

• Describe the current health care delivery structure in your organization. Include information about ownership, leadership structure, networks (if any) and governance.

• Compare your health care delivery system to the system of a competitor in the market.

• Profile the effects of licensing and regulatory factors on health care delivery requirements at your organization.

• What changes are occurring in the economy or concerning licensing and regulatory factors that must be considered in the future?

• What national trends are affecting competition and pricing initiatives?

• What quality indicators affect pricing at the local level?

Cite a minimum of three sources.

Format your sources consistent with APA guidelines.

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HCS 552 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Health Care Economic Issues Outline


 

Prepare a detailed outline of the Health Care Economic Issues Presentation.

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HCS 552 Week 3 Individual Assignment Economic Tools and Concepts Paper


 

Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper that uses two to three economic tools and concepts to evaluate a current issue or situation that exists in today’s health care industry. Some examples of economic tools and concepts are supply and demand curves, marginal analysis, and elasticity. Include a narrative summary for any charts, graphs, and figures that are used. Consider searching websites to view national charts, graphs, and figures that may provide you data concerning economic tools. Cite a minimum of three references. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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HCS 552 Week 2 Individual Assignment Demand Versus Supply Paper


 

The United States has a great consumer demand for health care services. The supply of these services or products, such as new medications or medical equipment, is affected by many factors. Select a service or product that may be in demand by the health care consumer now or in the future. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper on your selected service or product that discusses the effects of consumer demand for the product/service versus the economic variables of cost, access, and supply related to that product/service. Support your perspective and rationale for the continued provision of a current service, or for the implementation of a new service or product, based on economic principles or supply chain models. Cite a minimum of three sources. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

 

 

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HCS 552 Week 1 Individual Assignment Terms Comparison Paper


 

Select 3 terms from this week’s readings and discuss how these terms compare to each other in the world of health care economics. Some examples of terms are resources, quality, technology, and costs. Write a 750- to 1,050-word paper that is a comprehensive comparison of these terms. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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VB – In this exercise, you code a different version of the Raye Industries


 

Raye Industries Solution-INTRODUCTORY

 

In this exercise, you code a different version of the Raye Industries application from the
chapter. Open the Raye Industries Solution (Raye Industries Solution.sln) file contained
in the ClearlyVB2010Chap25Raye Industries Solution-INTRODUCTORY folder.
Open the Code Editor window. Code the btnDisplay control’s Click event procedure so
that it asks the user for the department code (1, 2, 3, or 4); use the InputBox function.
The procedure should display only records matching that department code. If the user
enters an invalid department code, display an appropriate message. If the user does not
enter a department code, display all the records. 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 – 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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