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Microsoft VB 2012 Shelly Cashman Chapter 11 Case Programming 2 HISTORY LIBRARY INVENTORY


Design a Windows application and write the code that will execute according to the program requirements in Figure 11-58 and Use Case Diagram 11-59. Before writing the code, create an event planning document for each event in the program. The completed Windows Form object and other objects in the user interface are shown in Figure 11-60a and Figure 11-60b on page 828.


Purpose:
The windows application allows the user to enter a book into a history library inventory. When all books have been entered, the program identifies the number of books entered for each type.


Program Procedures:
From a Windows application, a user enters an ISBN, title, and author(s) of a book. The user also identifies the book as a U.S. history book, a European history book, or a world history book. The program identifies the shelf area where the selected book is stored, based on the type of book. A log is kept of all inventory entries and is stored on disk. When the user finishes entering the inventory, the program identifies the number of books the user entered for each type.


Algorithms, Processing and Conditions:
1. The user enters the ISBN, the title, and the author(s) of the book.
2. The user identifies the book as a U.S. history book, a European book, or a world history book.
3. Based on the type of book selected, the program displays the book's shelf location. (U.S. history books are stored in Section F, European history books in Section A, and world history book in Section D.)
4. When the user indicates that all books have been entered, the program displays the number of books entered for each type.
5. In a comma-delimited text file, the program keeps a log of all books entered. The file should contain the ISBN, the book title, and the author(s).


Note and Restrictions:
Validate data that the user enters using accepted standards.


Comments:
1. Obtain an image for this program from CenagageBrain.com the name of the picture is library.
2. The program should use a three-tiered structure with presentation, business, and presistence classes.


USE Case Definition
1. The user views the opening screen.
2. The user enteres the ISBN, the book title, and the book author(s).
3. The user selects the book category.
4. The user click the Enter Book button to enter the book into the inventory.
5. The program displays the shelf location; it also writes a record in the inventory text file.
6. To enter another book, the user clicks the New Book button.
7. When finished, the user clicks the Inventory Entry Complete button.
8. The program displays the number of books entered by category.

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Microsoft VB 2012 Shelly Cashman Chapter 11 Case Programming 2 HISTORY LIBRARY INVENTORY

Design a Windows application and write the code that will execute according to the program requirements in Figure 11-58 and Use Case Diagram 11-59. Before writing the code, create an event planning document for each event in the program. The completed Windows Form object and other objects in the user interface are shown in Figure 11-60a and Figure 11-60b on page 828.

Purpose:
The windows application allows the user to enter a book into a history library inventory. When all books have been entered, the program identifies the number of books entered for each type.

Program Procedures:
From a Windows application, a user enters an ISBN, title, and author(s) of a book. The user also identifies the book as a U.S. history book, a European history book, or a world history book. The program identifies the shelf area where the selected book is stored, based on the type of book. A log is kept of all inventory entries and is stored on disk. When the user finishes entering the inventory, the program identifies the number of books the user entered for each type.

Algorithms, Processing and Conditions:
1. The user enters the ISBN, the title, and the author(s) of the book.
2. The user identifies the book as a U.S. history book, a European book, or a world history book.
3. Based on the type of book selected, the program displays the book's shelf location. (U.S. history books are stored in Section F, European history books in Section A, and world history book in Section D.)
4. When the user indicates that all books have been entered, the program displays the number of books entered for each type.
5. In a comma-delimited text file, the program keeps a log of all books entered. The file should contain the ISBN, the book title, and the author(s).

Note and Restrictions:
Validate data that the user enters using accepted standards.

Comments:
1. Obtain an image for this program from CenagageBrain.com the name of the picture is library.
2. The program should use a three-tiered structure with presentation, business, and presistence classes.

USE Case Definition
1. The user views the opening screen.
2. The user enteres the ISBN, the book title, and the book author(s).
3. The user selects the book category.
4. The user click the Enter Book button to enter the book into the inventory.
5. The program displays the shelf location; it also writes a record in the inventory text file.
6. To enter another book, the user clicks the New Book button.
7. When finished, the user clicks the Inventory Entry Complete button.
8. The program displays the number of books entered by category.

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