Microsoft Visual Basic 2015 Chapter 9 Case 8 Moores Laws

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2015 Chapter 9 Case 8 Moore's Laws


Moore's Laws
Create a requirements document and a Use Case Definition document, and then create a Web application, based on the case project shown in Figure 9-93.


Create a Web application that displays Moore's Law, which states that the computing power or the number of transistors within the same silicon processor doubles every months. In other words, computing speed doubles every months. As shown in the following table, allow the user to enter the current average speed in GHz and display the next 15 years of project speed. Use the validation controls to make sure the entry is filled in and that the decimal entered is between 1.0 and 10.0.

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2015 Chapter 9 Case 8 Moore's Laws

Moore's Laws
Create a requirements document and a Use Case Definition document, and then create a Web application, based on the case project shown in Figure 9-93.

Create a Web application that displays Moore's Law, which states that the computing power or the number of transistors within the same silicon processor doubles every months. In other words, computing speed doubles every months. As shown in the following table, allow the user to enter the current average speed in GHz and display the next 15 years of project speed. Use the validation controls to make sure the entry is filled in and that the decimal entered is between 1.0 and 10.0.

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