Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Reloaded Diane Zak Chapter 10 Case Project BobCat Motors Solution

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Reloaded Diane Zak Chapter 10 Case Project BobCat Motors Solution


Each salesperson at BobCat Motors is assigned an ID number that consists of four characters. The first character is either F or the letter P. The letter F indicates that the salesperson is a full-time employee, whereas the letter P indicates that he or she is a part-time employee. The middle two characters are the salesperson's initials, and the last character is either 1 or 2. A 1 indicates that the salesperson's ID and the number of cars the salesperson sold during the month. The application should allow the sales manager to enter this information for as many salesperson needed. The application should calculate and displat the total number of cars sold each of the following four categories full-time employees: full-time employees, part-time employees, employees selling new cars, and employee selling used cars. Use the following names for the solution, project and form file: BobCat Motors Solution, BobCat Motors Solution, and Main Form.vb. Save the application in VbReloaded2010\Chap10 folder. You can create either your own interface or the one shown in the Figure 10-37.

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Reloaded Diane Zak Chapter 10 Case Project BobCat Motors Solution

Each salesperson at BobCat Motors is assigned an ID number that consists of four characters. The first character is either F or the letter P. The letter F indicates that the salesperson is a full-time employee, whereas the letter P indicates that he or she is a part-time employee. The middle two characters are the salesperson's initials, and the last character is either 1 or 2. A 1 indicates that the salesperson's ID and the number of cars the salesperson sold during the month. The application should allow the sales manager to enter this information for as many salesperson needed. The application should calculate and displat the total number of cars sold each of the following four categories full-time employees: full-time employees, part-time employees, employees selling new cars, and employee selling used cars. Use the following names for the solution, project and form file: BobCat Motors Solution, BobCat Motors Solution, and Main Form.vb. Save the application in VbReloaded2010\Chap10 folder. You can create either your own interface or the one shown in the Figure 10-37.

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