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  1. Study Guide 1

    VB Study Guide Questions

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    1. Write a statement that would fill a DataTable object named datCoins if an instance of the OleDbDataAdapter is named odaCollection.

    2. Write a Try-Catch structure to test a list box, lstTours has something selected and the selected item index can be converted into an Integer variable intTourNumber. If exception is detected, a message box saying "Select a Tour" should be displayed.

    3. Write a data validation to check that the variable intAge entered from an input box (and already converted to an integer) is between 0 and 120 inclusive.


    4. Write a statement that displays an input box, which should have a title of "Highland Heights Pay Roll" and a message of "Enter the hourly rate of pay" along with the default buttons of "OK" and "Cancel."

    5. Write a Public Function called "CylinderVolume" to convert the radius and height input to cylinder volume (height * π * radius ^ 2) and returns the result (use System.Math.PI for π).


    6. List and describe types of input that can be validated.

    7. Describe the different types of sequential files. Specifically, describe the characteristics of freeform files, delimited files, and fixed-field files; and what methods can be used to read those files.

    8. Describe the steps performed by ADO.NET to retrieve data from a database and optionally make changes to that data.

    9. Discuss the purpose of having user-defined (custom) classes.


    10. What is a constructor? How are an object's instance variables initialized if a class has only a constructor which does not accept any arguments?



    Multiple Choice
    Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

    1. Which of the following sections are part of a UML class diagram?
    a. The class name
    c. The operations (methods)
    b. The attributes (data)
    d. All of the above


    2. When does the code in the Catch block of a structured exception handler execute?
    a. At run-time, when the main form loads.
    b. This code typically generates an exception so it can execute at any time while the program runs.
    c. The code always executes whether an exception occurs or not.
    d. This code executes when an exception occurs.



    3. In organizing namespaces, classes, and methods hierarchically, what character separates a namespace and class name?
    a. .
    c. _
    b. &
    d. ^



    5. The ____ of a variable specifies where a variable can be referenced within a program.
    a. range
    c. scope
    b. lifetime
    d. scale


    6. When an argument is passed ____, the Sub procedure code can change the value in the temporary variable and use it in any manner required, but the original value is not changed.
    a. byPal
    b. byRef
    c. byVal
    d. bySub



    7. In a database table, one ____ represents one record.
    a. row
    b. field
    c. key
    d. Column

    8. Which of the following statements is correct of applications with multiple modules?
    a. The Form window displays all of an application's forms in a columnar list.
    b. In an application with multiple forms, all forms are stored in the same physical file.
    c. An application can contain multiple forms but it can only contain a single Module block.
    d. An application can contain multiple forms, multiple Class blocks, and multiple Module blocks.



    9. Which of the following statements is true of UML class diagrams?
    a. Like flowcharts, they model the activities performed by the class.
    b. They describe each of the members (properties and methods) of the class.
    c. They describe the relationships between the methods of a class.
    d. They describe the purpose of each property and method in the class.

    10. Which of the following statements correctly calls the constructor for the class named Demo. Assume that the constructor accepts one argument having a data type of Double.
    a. Dim objDemoInstnace = New Demo(123.45)
    b. Dim objDemoInstance As Demo(123.45)
    c. Dim objDemoInstance As New Demo(123.45)
    d. Dim objDemoInstance As Demo = Create Demo(123.45)

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  2. Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 9 Duplicate Word Removal

    Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 9 Exercise 9.4 Solution

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    9.4 (Duplicate Word Removal) Write a console application that inputs a sentence from the user (assume no punctuation), then determines and displays the non-duplicate words in alphabetical order. Treat uppercase and lowercase letters the same. [Hint: You can use string method Split with no arguments, as in sentence.Split(), to break a sentence into an array of strings containing the individual words. By default, Split uses spaces as delimiters. Use string method ToLower in the select and orderby clauses of your LINQ query to obtain the lowercase version of each word.]

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  3. Generic Linear Search Method

    Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Spam Scanner and Generic Linear Search Method Solution

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    Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Spam Scanner and Generic Linear Search Method Solution


    (Spam Scanner) Spam (or junk e.mail) cost U.S. organization billions of dollars a year in spam-prevention software, equipment, network resources, bandwidth, and lost productivity. Research online some of the most common spam e.mail messages and words, and check your own junk e.mail folder. Create a list of 30 words and phrases commonly found in spam messages. Write an application in which the user enters an e.mail message. Then, scan the message for each of the 30 keywords or phrases. For each occurrence of one of these within the message, add a pint to the message’s “spam score.” Next, rate the likelihood that the message is spam, based on the number of points received.


    22.7 (Generic Linear Search Method) Write a generic method, Search, that implements the linear-search algorithm. Method Search should compare the search key with each element in the array until the search key is found or until the end of the array is reached. If the search key is found, return its location in the array; otherwise, return -1. Write a test application that inputs and searches an int array and a double array. Provide buttons that the user can click to randomly generate int and double values. Display the generated values in a TextBox, so the user knows what values they can search for [Hint: Use (T : IComparable<T>) in the where clause for method Search so that you can use method CompareTo to compare the search key to the elements in the array.}

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  4. Calculate Gas Per Mile

    C# Console Applications

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    C# Console Applications


    1) Write a C# console application to accomplish the following:
    a. Write a C# method which takes in two integer parameters, sums their values and returns the result in the return value.
    b. Write a C# method that takes in two integer numbers. In the body of the method, display a table containing three columns-one containing the number, the second the number’s square and the third containing the number’s cube. Use looping to accomplish this. The table should start at the first integer value and end at the second integer value.


    2) Write a C# console application to accomplish the following:
    1. Prompts the user for the gallons of fuel used during a trip.
    2. Prompts the user for the miles driven during a trip.
    3. Calculates the miles per gallon for the trip.
    The program should allow the user to input the information for three different trips. After all three trips have been entered, the program should display the average MPG per trip and the average MPG over all three trips. An example input/output scenario is below:

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  5. Chapter 24.9 Cash Register GUI

    Visual C# 2010 How to Program 4E Deitel Chapter 24 Cash Register Microwave and Phone book Applications

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    Visual C# 2010 How to Program 4E Deitel Chapter 24 Cash Register Microwave and Phone book Applications


    24.9 Create a cash-register application modeled after the one presented in Fig. 24.37. It should alow users to enter a series of prices, then obtain the total. The Delete button should clear the current entry, and the Clear button should reset the application.


    24.11 Using WPF, create a GUI that represents a simple microwave, as shown below (you do not have to provide functionality) To create the Start, Clear and numerical Buttons, you’ll need to make use of control templates. To apply a control template automatically for a control type, you can create a style (with a TargetType) that sets the Template property.

    24.12 WPF allows two-way data bindings. In a normal data binding, if the data source is updated, the binding’s target will update, but not vice versa. In a two-way binding, if the value is changed in either the binding’s source or its target, the other will automatically updated. To create a two-way binding, set the Mode property to TwoWay at the binding declaration. Create a phone book application modeled after the one shown below. When the user selects a contact from the contacts list, its information should display in a Grid of TextBoxes. As the information is modified, the contacts list should display each change.

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  6. Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel 24.7 Printer GUI

    Visual C# 2010 Deitel LinkedList without Duplicates Using a Generic List Reversing a LinkedList Printer GUI Solution

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    Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 23 LinkedList without Duplicates Using a Generic List Reversing a LinkedList Printer GUI Solution


    23.11 (LinkedList without Duplicates) - Write an application that reads in a series of first names and stores them in a LinkedList. Do not store duplicate names. Allow the user to search for a first name.


    23.15 (Using a Generic List) - Write an application that inserts 25 random integers from 0 to 100 in order into an object of class List. The application should calculate the sum of the elements and the floating-point average of the elements.


    23.16 (Reversing a LinkedList) - Write an application that creates a LinkedList object of 10 characters, then a second list object containing a copy of the first list, but in reverse order.


    24.7 Create the GUI in Fig. 24.35 (you do not have to provide functionality) using WPF. Do not use a canvas. Do not use explicit sizing or positioning.

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  7. Chapter 25 Reflection Enlarge Picture

    Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 25 Reflection Enlarge Picture

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    Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 25 Exercise 25.6 Reflection Enlarge Picture


    Create an application that has the same GUI as shown in the enclosed. The cover images are included in the folder with chapter examples. When the mouse hovers over any of the covers, that cover and its reflection should animate to a larger size.

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  8. CIS 365 Movie Database Project PostgreSQL C# Project

    CIS 365 Movie Database Project PostgreSQL C# Project

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    CIS 365 Movie Database Project PostgreSQL C# Project


    Project Requirements
    The project for this course is designed to reinforce the material we have covered in the course as well as expose you to new technologies you are likely to encounter when working out in industry.


    To complete your project, you will be required to connect to a database and display/modify its data. You will be using ADO.Net to work with the database.


    The database you will be working with is a PostGres database I have distributed to the class. To access the database, you will need to download and install the PostGres software. It can be found here http://wwwmaster.postgresql.org/download/mirrors-ftp?file=%2Fbinary%2Fv8.2.6%2Fwin32%2Fpostgresql-8.2.6-2.zip, or you can download it from the project folder on Blackboard. To view the database schema and table contents directly, you will need to run the pgAdmin III administrator’s tool installed with the PostGres database (Start->All Programs->PostgreSQLx.x->pgAdmin III).


    I would recommend browsing the database and familiarizing yourself with the media table and its associated columns/data.


    The following are the project requirements:
    1) The user interface must be GUI based and written using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).
    2) The user must be able to do the following: View the database records, Insert new database records, Modify database records and Delete database records.
    3) Error trapping must be performed by the application.
    4) Combo boxes must be used to provide user input options (i.e. rating, ranking fields) and to avoid input validation.
    5) The application must have a menu bar. I would suggest duplicating any actions such as insert/delete which are performed via command buttons within the menu bar.
    6) You should use the following controls in your project: ComboBox, TextBox, Label, Command Buttons, at least one image and radio button/check boxes. ListView and GridView controls are encouraged.


    Valid choices for rating are G, PG, PG-13 and R. Valid choices for ranking are Poor, Fair, Average, Good, Excellent.


    You will also find a project evaluation sheet in the project folder on Blackboard. I would suggest using it as a checklist when working on your project.


    I have also placed an example project in Blackboard to demonstrate connecting to the database and pulling records from it.


    I have left the actual design of the GUI and user-interaction open to your interpretation. I look forward to seeing your projects.

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  9. CIS 170 iLab 1 Part A Getting Started

    CIS 170 Week 1 iLab 1 of 7 Getting Started Your First C# Programs

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    CIS 170 iLab 1 of 7 Getting Started Your First C# Programs


    Week 1 Your First Program Data Types and Expressions


    Scenario/Summary
    Welcome to Programming with C#. The purpose of this three-part lab is to walk you through the following tutorial to become familiar with the actions of compiling and executing a C# program.


    iLab Steps
    Part A: Getting Started
    Step 1: Start the Application
    Locate the Visual Studio 2010 icon and double click to open. Under Applications, click on the Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2010 icon to open the C# software.
    Step 2: Create a C# Console Project
    Choose File->New Project, and click Console Application. In the project name box, enter LAB1A. Your screen should look like the screen below. If so, press the OK button.
    Step 3: Delete All Code in Program.cs
    Your screen should now look like what you see below. Now, highlight all of the code that you see [Ctrl + A] and press the Delete key. You will not need this code because you will now be getting experience writing every line of a new program.
    Step 4: Type in Program
    Now enter the following C# program exactly as you see it. Use the tab where appropriate. (Note: C# is case sensitive.) Instead of John Doe, type your name.
    class Hello
    {
    static void Main()
    {
    // display output
    System.Console.WriteLine("John Doe");
    System.Console.WriteLine("CIS170B – Programming using C#");
    System.Console.WriteLine("\n\n\nHello, world!\n\n");
    System.Console.WriteLine("EOJ");
    System.Console.ReadLine();
    }
    }
    Step 5: Save Program
    Save your program by clicking File on the menu bar and then clicking Save Program.cs, or by clicking the Savebutton on the toolbar or Ctrl + S.
    Step 6: Build Solution
    To compile the program, click Debug on the menu bar and then click the Build Solution or Build LabAoption. You should receive no error messages in the Error List window below the program. If you see some error messages, check the code above to make sure you didn't key in something wrong. You can double click on each error message to better navigate to the area where the problem might be. Once you make your corrections to the code, go ahead and build the solution again.
    Step 7: Execute the Program
    Once you have no compile errors, to execute or run your program, either:
    click Debug on the menu bar, and then Start Debugging;
    click the right arrow icon on the menu bar; or press the F5 key.
    Step 8: Capture the Output
    Print a picture of your screen output. (Do a print screen and paste this into your MS Word document.)
    Step 9: Print the Source Code
    Copy your source code and paste it into your Word document.
    End of Part A


    Part B: Calculate Total Tickets
    Step 1: Create New Project
    Make sure you close your previous program by clicking File >> Close Solution. Now, create a new project and name it LAB1B.
    Step 2: Type in Program
    Like before, delete the code that is automatically created and enter the following program. Type in your name for Developer and current date for Date Written.
    // ---------------------------------------------------------------
    // Programming Assignment: LAB1B
    // Developer: ______________________
    // Date Written: ______________________
    // Purpose: Ticket Calculation Program
    // ---------------------------------------------------------------
    using System;
    class FirstOutputWithUsing
    {
    static void Main()
    {
    // create variables and load values
    int childTkts, adultTkts, totalTkts;
    childTkts = 3;
    adultTkts = 2;
    // process (calculation)
    totalTkts = childTkts + adultTkts;
    // display output
    Console.WriteLine(totalTkts);
    // pause
    Console.Write("\nPress Enter to continue...");
    Console.ReadLine();
    }
    }
    Step 3: Save Program
    Save your program by clicking File on the menu bar and then clicking Save Program.cs, or by clicking the Savebutton on the toolbar or Ctrl + S.
    Step 4: Build Solution
    To compile the program, click Build on the menu bar and then click the Build Solution or Build LabB option. You should receive no error messages. If you see some error messages, check the code above to make sure you didn't key in something wrong. Once you make your corrections to the code, go ahead and click Build >> Build Solution again.
    Step 5: Execute the Program
    Once you have no syntax errors, to execute or run your program, click Debug on the menu bar and then clickStart Debugging.
    Step 6: Comment the Program
    Go back to the editor and insert meaningful comments that show that you understand what each line of code does.
    Step 7: Capture the Output
    1. Run the program again.
    2. Capture a screen print of your output. (Do a PRINT SCREEN and paste into your MS Word document.)
    3. Copy your commented code and paste it into your document
    End of Part B


    Part C: Payroll Program
    Step 1: Create a New Project
    1. Make sure you close your previous program by clicking File >> Close Solution.
    2. Create a new project and name it LAB1C.
    3. This time, do not delete the code that gets automatically created. Instead, insert your code right between the curly braces, as illustrated below.
    static void Main(string [] Args)
    {
    // your code goes here!
    }
    Include a comment box like what you coded in Part B at the very top of your program.
    Step 1a: Write Your Own Program
    Write a program that calculates and displays the take-home pay for a commissioned sales employee after deductions are taken. The employee receives 7% of his or her total sales as his or her gross pay. His or her federal tax rate is 18%. He or she contributes 10% to his or her retirement program and 6% to Social Security. Use the Processing Logic provided in Step 2 below as a guide. The program's output should look something like this:
    Enter weekly sales: 28,000
    Total sales: $28,000.00
    Gross pay (7%): $1,960.00
    Federal tax paid: $352.80
    Social security paid: $117.60
    Retirement contribution: $196.00
    Total deductions: $666.40

    Take home pay: $1,293.60
    Press any key to continue.


    Step 2: Processing Logic
    Basic Logic and Flowchart
    Input: Prompt the user for the weekly sales.
    Process: Perform the calculations. The employee receives 7% of his or her total sales as his or her gross pay. His or her federal tax rate is 18%. He or she contributes 10% to his or her retirement program and 6% to Social Security.
    Output: Display the results.
    Pseudocode:
    1. Declare variables
    2. Accept Input – weeklySales
    3. Calculate Gross Pay = Weekly Sales * .07
    4. Calculate Federal Tax = Gross Pay * .18
    5. Calculate Social Security = Gross Pay * .06
    6. Calculate Retirement = Gross Pay * .10
    7. Calculate Total Deductions = Federal Tax + Social Security + Retirement
    8. Calculate Total Take Home Pay = Gross Pay – Total Deductions
    9. Display the following on separate lines and format variables with $ and decimal
    1. Total Sales Amount: value of weekly sales
    2. Gross Pay (.07): value of gross pay
    3. Federal Tax paid (.18): value of federal tax
    4. Social Security paid (.06): value of social security
    5. Retirement contribution (.10): value of retirement
    6. Total Deductions: value of total deductions
    7. Take Home Pay: value of take home pay


    Step 3: Save Program
    Save your program by clicking File on the menu bar and then clicking Save Program.cs, or by clicking the Savebutton on the toolbar or Ctrl + S.


    Step 4: Build Solution
    To compile the program, click Debug on the menu bar and then click the Build Solution or Build LabCoption. You should receive no error messages. If you see some error messages, check the code above to make sure you didn't key in something wrong. Double-click on an error to navigate to its location in the code. Once you make your corrections to the code, go ahead and click Debug >> Build Solution again.


    Step 5: Execute the Program
    Once you have no syntax errors, to execute or run your program, click Debug on the menu bar and then clickStart Debugging, or press the right arrow icon or the F5 key.


    Step 6: Capture the Output
    1. Capture a screen print of your output. (Do a PRINT SCREEN and paste into your MS Word document.)
    2. Copy your commented code and paste it into the Word document.
    End of Part C
    END OF LAB


    After you have completed your lab, complete the following for each part of the lab (if there are multiple parts).
    1. Capture a screen print of your output. (Do a PRINT SCREEN and paste into an MS Word document.)
    2. Copy your code and paste it into the same MS Word document that contains the screen print of your output.
    3. Save the Word document as CIS170B_Lab01_B_LastName_FirstInitial.docx.
    4. Upload all three projects folder and save the compressed file as CIS170B_Lab01_B_LastName_FirstInitial.Zip.
    5. Submit both the compressed project file and the Word document to the weekly Dropbox for this lab.
    Zipping and Submitting Your Project Files
    When you submit your project files, you will want to send the entire project folder that is created by MS Visual Studio when you create the project, along with your MS Word file. Use your favorite compression tool to zip the full contents of both projects, zip the single zip file, and submit the zip file to your Dropbox.

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  10. CIS 170 Week 2 iLab 2 Part A Calculate Shipping Charge

    CIS 170 Week 2 iLab 2 of 7 Decisions

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    CIS 170 Week 2 iLab 2 of 7 Decisions


    Scenario/Summary
    You will code, build, execute, debug, and test two programs using decision structures. The first program will calculate the shipping charge based on a given purchase amount. The second program translates a given TV channel to its call sign.

    Part A: Calculate Shipping Charge
    Requirements
    Your mission: Write a program that gets the amount of a purchase from the user and then calculates the shipping charge, based on the following table:
    $0.00 - $250.00: $5.00
    $250.01 - $500.00: $8.00
    $500.01 - $1,000.00: $10.00
    $1,000.01 - $5,000.00: $15.00
    over $5,000.00: $20.00
    Sample output from program:
    Enter a purchase amount to find out your shipping charges.
    Please enter the amount of your purchase: 234.65
    The shipping charge on a purchase of $234.65 is $5.00.
    Press any key to continue . . .
    Tips
    Best practice: Put yourself in the place of the program. What questions would you ask a customer in order to get the best input? How would you determine the correct shipping charges if you had to make the decisions yourself? Write out the questions you would ask yourself on paper as pseudocode and/or in Visual Studio as C# comments, and then implement them one by one, testing as you go. Remember to not write too much at one time. Always add and test functionality incrementally!
    You can use the pseudocode below as a guide:
    Prompt the user for the sale amount
    Is sale amount greater than $5,000.00?
     If so, shipping is $20.00
    If not, is sale amount greater than $1,000.00?
     If so, shipping is $15.00
    If not, is sale amount greater than $500.00?
     If so, shipping is $10.00
    If not, is sale amount greater than $250.00?
     If so, shipping is $8.00
    If not, is sale amount greater than $0.00
     shipping is $5.00
    If not
     shipping is $0.00
    If shipping is $0.00
     Display "Error incorrect input"
    If not
     Display sale amount and shipping charge



    Part B: TV Channel to Call Sign
    Requirements
    Your mission: Write a program that translates a TV channel (1 through 10) in your area to its respective call sign. For example, in the New York metropolitan area, channel 2 translates to WCBS. If a channel is unused in your area, tell the user that this is the case.
    Sample output from program:
    Translate TV Channel Number to Call Sign
    Enter channel number: 1
    Channel 1 is undesignated in your area
    Enter channel number: 2
    Call sign for channel 2 is WCBS
    Enter channel number: 6
    Call sign for channel 6 is WRNNDT
    Tips
    Best practice: Put yourself in the place of the program. What steps would you personally need to perform in order to process a channel translation yourself? Write out those steps on paper as pseudocode and/or in Visual Studio as C# comments, and then implement them one by one, testing as you go. Remember to not write too much at one time. Always add and test functionality incrementally!
    Pseudocode: Although there are several valid ways to write the program, the following is an outline of one way to design the overall logic.
    Declare variables for channel and call sign
    Get channel number from user
    Use appropriate decision structure to translate number to call sign
    If number is valid in area
    Print out translation
    If not
    Tell user this is the case

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