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  1. POS 409 Week 1 Pets name GUI C# Program

    POS 409 Week 1 Pets name GUI C# Program

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    POS 409 Week 1 Pets name GUI C# Program


    Design, implement, test, and debug a C# program that displays a pet's name when a button is clicked.


    Create a graphical user interface (GUI) with a button labelled "Pet's name."


    Add three radio option buttons on the form, each representing a different pet name.


    When the Pet's name button is clicked, the program will display the name of the pet selected in the radio option button in a label on the form.


    Zip the files of the project together and submit the zipped file.

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  2. Programming with Microsoft VB 2010 Diane Zak Chapter 6 Exercise 5 Grade Calculator Solution

    Programming with Microsoft VB 2010 Diane Zak Chapter 6 Exercise 5 Grade Calculator Solution

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    Programming with Microsoft VB 2010 Diane Zak Chapter 6 Exercise 5 Grade Calculator Solution


    Professor Arkins want an application that allows him to assign a grade to any number of students. Each student's grade is based on three test scores, with each test worth 100 points. The application should total the test scores and then assign the appropriate grade using the information shown in figure6-38. Open the Grade Calculator Solution( Grade Calculator Solution.sln) file contained in the VB2010\Chap06\Grade Calculator Solution folder. if necessary open the designer window. Code the application. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the code Editor window and then close the solution.
    total points earned grade
    270-300 A
    240-269 B
    210-239 C
    180-209 D
    below 180 F

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  3. Lab 6 Temperature Conversion (Code) Success

    Intro to Programming Lab 6 Temperature Conversion (Code)

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    Intro to Programming Lab 6 Temperature Conversion (Code)


    Program Requirements:
    For this lab you will complete the Temperature Conversion Windows Form project that you designed the user interface for in Lab 5. This program will accept a temperature value in either degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit and convert that temperature to the other scale, i.e. if a Celsius temperature is entered it will be converted to Fahrenheit and vice versa. The user should enter the temperature value in a text box, select the scale to convert to (either degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit) using radio buttons, and click on a button to cause the conversion and results to be displayed on the form. Temperature conversions will only be completed on valid numeric temperatures otherwise an error message should be displayed to the user on an attempt to convert.


    Detailed requirements:
    - Before you begin this lab, consider the feedback you received for Lab 5 and fix any/all issues with the user interface.
    - When the user clicks the button to convert, the first step is to validate the user input in the textbox. Any real number is acceptable. If the user input in the textbox is not a real number, display an appropriate message in the results output label as follows.
    “ERROR: Please enter a numeric temperature to convert.”
    - If the user input is a real number, store it, then calculate the converted temperature value based on the “convert to” radio button selected. Then display the results in the output label. Follow this example for the appropriate format:
    “72.4 degrees Fahrenheit converts to 22.44 degrees Celsius.”
    - When the user clicks the button to clear, the form should be reset to its default state, ready for an entry. Hint: there may be things to do other than just clearing both the input textbox and the results output label.
    - When the user clicks the button to exit, the form should close, ending the program.


    Style Guide
    To be eligible for full marks on this or any lab in this course your application must conform to the requirements as outlined above and the course Style Guide, in this case making sure to include:
    - Standard course naming rules and conventions.
    - Appropriately declared data types for all possible variables and/or constant(s).
    - Strict adherence to the IPO structure in the most efficient manner possible.
    - Appropriate and complete program documentation.

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  4. CIST2311 - Visual Basic Programming I Project 1 Employees Weekly Pay

    CIST2311 - Visual Basic Programming I Project 1 Employees Weekly Pay

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    CIST2311 - Visual Basic Programming I Project 1 Employees Weekly Pay


    Create a program that will calculate employee’s weekly pay as follows:
    Inputs:
    1) Name
    2) Hourly Rate of Pay ($ / hour)
    3) Marital Status (Married, Single)
    4) # of Dependents
    5) Healthcare (Yes or No)
    6) Hours worked


    Outputs:
    1) Gross pay (Hours over 40 are paid at time and ½)
    2) Health Insurance Amount
    3) Federal Tax, calculated as follows:
    A. From gross taxable pay subtract $70 for each dependent
    B. From value in A subtract appropriate value in Standard Deduction Column from table below to give taxable gross.
    C. Tax at rate of 10% appropriate amount in 10% Column from table below.
    D. Tax at rate of 15% appropriate amount in 15% Column from table below.
    E. Tax at rate of 25% appropriate amount in 25% Column from table below.
    F. Tax at rate of 35% remaining amount (if any) in 35% Column from table below.
    Marital Status Deductions Tax Rates
    Medical Standard 10% 15% 25% 35%
    Single $60 $75 <=$100 $101-$250 $251-$400 >$400
    Married $100 $150 <=$200 $201-$500 $501-$800 >$800
    4) Net Pay (Gross Pay – Health Care Deduction (if any) – Federal Tax).
    5) If any of the inputs are unreasonable, tell user with a message and force reentry of the data.


    Additional Requirements:
    1) Name any control that is referenced in code with a meaningful name
    2) Use functions for major tasks
    a. Calculate Gross Pay
    b. Calculate Health Deductions
    c. Calculate Tax
    3) Other than constants, do NOT use global variables (e.g. You need to pass variable between functions through the argument list and the return value).
    4) Comment each function and variable and major sections of code.
    5) Submitting a program that does not compile is an automatic 20 point deduction.


    Tax Calculation Pseudocode
    The following is one possible pseudocode for calculating the tax. There are many ways to implement this code, any that work are acceptable.


    Assume that variable GrossPay is the calculated total pay for individual. All the constants are from the table on the previous page:
    If married
    TaxablePay = GrossPay – 150 – 70.0 * NumberDependents
    if healthcare
    TaxablePay = TaxablePay – 100
    if TaxablePay > 800
    Tax = (TaxablePay - 800) * .35 + (800 - 500) * .25 + (500 - 200) * .15 +200 * .10
    else if TaxablePay > 500 Tax = (TaxablePay - 500) * .25 + (500 – 200) * .15 +200 * .10
    else if TaxablePay > 200 Tax = (TaxablePay - 200) * .15 +200 * .10
    else Tax = TaxablePay * .10
    else TaxablePay = GrossPay – 75 – 70.0 * NumberDependents
    if healthcare TaxablePay = TaxablePay – 60
    if TaxablePay > 400 Tax = (TaxablePay - 400) * .35 + (400 - 250) * .25 + (250 - 100) * .15 +100 * .10
    else if TaxablePay > 250 Tax = (TaxablePay - 250) * .25 + (250 – 100) * .15 +100 * .10
    else if TaxablePay > 100 Tax = (TaxablePay - 100) * .15 +100 * .10
    else Tax = TaxablePay * .10


    Examples:
    1. A married employee with 45 hours at $20.00/hour, 2 dependents and health care:
    A. Gross Pay: 40 * 20.00 + 5 * 20.00 * 1.5 = $950.00
    B. Minus Standard Deduction of $150.00 = 800.00
    C. Minus Medical Deduction of $100.00 = $700.00
    D. Minus 2 dependents (@$70) = $560.00
    E. Tax at 10% Bracket = 200 * .10 = $20.00
    F. Tax at 15% Bracket ($500 – $200) = 300 * .15 = $45.00
    G. Tax at 25% Bracket ($560 – $500) = $60.00 * .25 = $15.00
    H. Total Tax = $20 + $45 + $15.00 = $80.00
    I. Net Pay = 950.00 - $100.00 (Medical) - $80.00 (Tax) = $770.00
    2. A single employee with 45 hours at $20.00/hour, 1 dependent and no health care:
    A. Gross Pay: 40 * 20.00 + 5 * 20.00 * 1.5 = $950.00
    B. Minus Standard Deduction of $75.00 = 875.00
    C. Minus 1 dependent (@$70) = $805.00
    D. Tax at 10% Bracket = 100 * .10 = $10.00
    E. Tax at 15% Bracket ($250 – $100) = $150.00 * .15 = $22.5
    F. Tax at 25% Bracket ($400 – $250) = $150.00 * .25 = $37.5
    G. Tax at 35% Bracket ($805 - $400) = $405 * .35 = $141.75
    H. Total Tax = $10 + $22.50 + $37.50 + 141.75 = $211.75
    I. Net Pay = 950.00 - $0.00 (Medical) - $211.75 (Tax) = $738.25

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  5. POS 409 Week 5 Regular Expression

    POS 409 Week 5 Regular Expression

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    POS 409 Week 5 Regular Expression


    Design, implement, test, and debug a C# Windows Form Application to demonstrate input validation using regular expression. The program should validate at least one type of data - you are free to choose a commonly used data format such as Social Security Number (999-9999-99), or phone number (999-999-9999), or a custom format that you designed.

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  6. ITCO221 Unit 4 Graphical Calculator C# program

    ITCO221 Unit 4 Graphical Calculator C# program

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    ITCO221 Unit 4 Graphical Calculator C# program


    You have been engaged to develop a graphical calculator. Specific requirements are as follows:
    Create a graphical calculator with buttons that can add, subtract, multiply, divide, +/-, Sin, Cos, Tan, clear, and Modulus.


    Write a method for each of these calculations that will accept the needed incoming numbers and return the calculated value.
    Please note the call to these methods will occur when = is pressed.
    You may only use 1 textbox to input numbers and display the results.


    The first step is to open up the Windows Form. We can change the name of the form by modifying the text property on the form to be “Calculator”. Notice how the change is reflected automatically on the form.


    This assignment requires 11 buttons, and one textbox to input and display the results.
    Button1 is for add
    Button2 is for subtract
    Button3 is for multiply
    Button4 is for divide
    Button5 is for +/-
    Button6 is for Sin
    Button7 is for Cos
    Button8 is for Tan
    Button9 is for Clear
    Button10 is for Modulus
    Button11 is for =

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  7. ITCO221 Unit 3 Check Duplicate Numbers C# console program and Pseudocode

    ITCO221 Unit 3 Check Duplicate Numbers C# console program and Pseudocode

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    ITCO221 Unit 3 Check Duplicate Numbers C# console program and Pseudocode


    You own a consulting firm and a client has engaged you to write a console program. In general, this program must prompt the user for ten numbers, ranging between 10 and 100. The program compares the number entered to the previous number. In the event that it is a duplicate number, the user will be prompted to enter a different number. Display the number to the screen as long as it is not a duplicate.


    For this assignment, complete the following:
    Write a console application that requests 10 numbers from the user as individual inputs.
    Each number must be between 10 and 100, inclusive.
    Compare each number to the last one entered to determine if it is a duplicate. If it is, ask the user for a different number.
    Output each number to the screen once you have determined that all conditions are met.
    Submit your zipped .cs file.


    In addition, prepare and submit a Word document that discusses any challenges you encountered including compilation errors, logic errors, or runtime errors that you had to resolve. The Word document should include your pseudocode and screenshots illustrating the successful execution of your program.

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  8. ITCO221 Unit 2 Verify Age C# Console Program

    ITCO221 Unit 2 Verify Age C# Console Program and Problem Analysis

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    ITCO221 Unit 2 Verify Age C# Console Program and Problem Analysis


    Software applications are created to solve problems that a business or even an individual might have. Planning is a crucial step in the software development process. Applications may not achieve the intended goal unless properly planned.
    Imagine that you are a programming consultant. One of your smaller clients needs your help writing a program. Your client has an e-commerce Web site but wants to avoid being sued for allowing children to make purchases without the authorization of their parents.
    Prepare a document that guides your client in program preparation and includes an example console program. The console program must verify the age of a customer attempting to make an online purchase. The program must prompt the customer for his or her year of birth, and it will calculate whether the customer is over 18 years old. The program will then display a message to the customer that his or her purchase request is accepted or denied.
    Your paper must include the following 5 parts in addition to the coded solution:
    A problem analysis chart with each of the following sections:
    Given information
    Required results
    Processing required to obtain the results
    Solution alternatives
    A flowchart showing the program processing flow
    A chart showing input, output, and processing
    An algorithm in pseudocode describing the steps the program will perform. This pseudocode algorithm would consist of a list of steps explaining the sequence of tasks the program will follow to complete the task.
    The console program solution with a screenshot of the executed program.

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  9. ITCO221 Unit 1 Introduce yourself C# console program and Pseudocode

    ITCO221 Unit 1 Introduce yourself C# console program and Pseudocode

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    ITCO221 Unit 1 Introduce yourself C# console program and Pseudocode


    Microsoft Visual Studio is software that you will use throughout the course. Installing this software is an important first step. The goal of this effort is to install the necessary software, follow the process to create a program, and then to learn how to use the software to execute your program.
    Follow these instructions to install your Microsoft Visual Studio software.
    Consider yourself an entry-level programmer. You have been tasked with the planning and development of a console program that allows one to introduce themselves. The necessary steps and features are described below.
    Prepare pseudocode identifying the steps that are needed for this application to work.
    The application should prompt the user for the following information:
    Name
    Whether or not he or she has programming experience
    How many years of programming experience
    One item about the person that he or she wishes to share (interests, hobbies, etc.).
    You need to determine what variables are needed, as well as the corresponding data types you will use for each.
    Identify the sequence of the questions you are going to ask and also what the resulting output will look like summarizing the user information.
    Write a C# console application that implements the pseudocode.
    Once you have installed the software and prepared the C# console program, discuss your questions and issues with your instructor. Describe your experiences with the class. What did you find the most interesting and exciting about these activities? What would you recommend to someone who needs to go through this process as your best practices?
    Review the posts of your classmates. Provide thoughts regarding issues and solutions that they may have described. Share any best practices that you might have.
    Please submit your assignment.
    For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials.

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  10. Clearly Visual Basic Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 5th Edition Chapter 5 Exercise 4 Concert Solution

    Clearly Visual Basic Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 5th Edition Chapter 5 Exercise 4 Concert Solution

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    Clearly Visual Basic Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 5th Edition Chapter 5 Exercise 4 Concert Solution


    Create a Visual Basic Windows application. Use the following names for the solution and project, respectively: Concert Solution and Concert project. Save the application in the VB2012\Chap05 folder. Change the form file's name to Main Form.vb. Change the form's name to frmMain. Create the interface shown in Figure 5-69. The three text boxes should be invisible when the application starts. When the user selects a check box, its corresponding text box should appear in the interface and remain visible until the user deselects the check box. The user will enter the number of tickets he or she wants to purchase in the appropriate text box. Keep in mind that the user can purchase any combination of tickets, such as 3 box tickets and 5 lawn tickets, or 2 pavilion tickets 1 box ticket, and 2 lawn tickets. The application should calculate and display the total number of tickets purchase and the total price. The tickets for box, pavilion and the lawn seats are $75, $30, $21, respectively. Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the Code Editor window and then close the solution.

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