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  1. Salary Survey Application

    Visual Basic 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 7 Salary Survey Application

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    Visual Basic 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 7 Salary Survey Application


    Use a one-dimensional array to solve the following problem:
    A company pays its salespeople on a commission basis. The salespeople receive $200 per week, plus 9% of their gross sales for that week. For example, a salesperson who grosses %5,000 in sales in a week receives $200 plus 9% of $5,000, a total of $650.


    1. Write an application (using an array of counters) that determines how many of the salespeople earned salaries in each of the following ranges (assuming that each salesperson’s salary is truncated to an integer amount):
    $200-299, $300-399, $400-499, $500-599, $600-699, $700-799, $800-899, $900-999, and over 999.
    2. Allow the user to enter the sales for each employee in a TextBox.
    3. The user clicks the calculate Button to calculate the salesperson’s salary.
    4. When the user is done entering this information, clicking the Show Totals Button displays how many of the salespeople earned salaries in each of the above ranges.

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  2. Question 2 Video Bonanza Project

    Midterm Exam Track Order and Video Bonanza Project

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    Midterm Exam Track Order and Video Bonanza Project


    Question One:
    Modify your work from midterm project to keep track of each order item in an array. You will then include all the ordered items in the summary. Remove the module level summary variables from the form and loop through the array when totaling the order.


    Create an array of a structure, which holds the description, quantity, sales price, and extended price (the quantity times the sales price). As each purchase item is added to the order, store the information in the structure array then update the summary text box to reflect the newly ordered item.


    Test Data Output
    Jane Smith
    123 Someplace
    Anywhere, CA 99999


    Quantity - Description @ Price = Extended Price
    2 - Deluxe Cooler @ 68.00 = $136.00
    1 - Axe @ 5.00 = $5.00


    Subtotal: $141.00
    Shipping: 10.95
    Total: $151.95


    Question Two:
    Create a project for Video Bonanza to view a list of Movies. Use a dropdown list box for the movie categories. When a category is selected, display a list of released movie titles in a second list box titled Movie List. Using either buttons or a menu allow the user to display a count of the number of movie titles for the selected category.


    The category list will have these categories: All, Comedy, Drama, Action, Sci-Fi, Horror, and New Releases. Do not sort the category list. When the program begins, the All movies category will be selected and the Movie List listbox (which is sorted) will display all the movies. When a category is selected, clear the movie titles list box and fill it with only the movies for that category (hint: use the SelectedIndexChanged event).


    Use a two dimensional array to store the movies by category. The movies by category are:
    Comedy:
    Mrs. Housefire
    Twister Act
    Home by Yourself


    Drama:
    Dancing With Fools


    Action:
    A Dependent's Pay
    Home and Around


    Sci-Fi:
    Jura's Park


    Horror:
    Ghost Man


    New Releases:
    Women in White
    An American Resident


    For the report display all the movie titles by category and output it in the Print Preview dialog box

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  3. Waiters Tip VB program

    Waiters Tip VB program

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    Waiters Tip VB program


    Using Visual Basic write a program that asks for the amount of the bill and percentage tip and calculates the tip. The program should use variables for each of the quantities and display the outcome in a text box with a label. Test the program on a bill of $20 and a 15% tip.

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  4. Pizza Parlour Splash Screen

    Pizza Parlour Visual Basic Program

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    Pizza Parlour Visual Basic Program


    I need to create an order form for ordering pizzas. the first screen should be splash screen that displays the name of the Pizza Parlour, a picture and my name and date I created the project.


    It should then go to a main form that has the same picture and a menu at the top. The menu should show Order Pizza as the first menu item, Display the Specials as the second menu item and Exit as the third menu item across the top. When the user clicks the first option, a form will be displayed for them to order the pizza they want, for the second one, a form should be displayed to display the specials for the day. When they click on Exit, the program ends with a nice little message telling them, “Goodbye”.


    When the user selects the menu option to Order Pizza, the main form should close and the new form should be displayed. On this form I need the following components.
    - A textbox to allow them to enter the number of pizzas they want
    - Three radio buttons to allow the user to select the size of the pizza where the first one is small for 6.00, the second one is medium for 8.00 and the third one is large for 10.00.
    - Three radio buttons for the type of crust they want. , ex. Thin, Thick and
    - Display a message that the first topping comes with the price of size of the pizza but every topping after that is 1.00 extra.
    - Display a minimum of 8 check boxes for different toppings.
    - I need a button that displays a message like, Make my order!
    - When the button is pressed, you will add the choices starting with the price, then the size and then the crust type and all of the toppings they chose into an array.
    - You are to then close this form and open another form to display the selections.


    In this form (called from step 3 to display the selections, I need to put the same menu at the top as is on the first form in step 2..
    - I need a combobox of email addresses on the screen where the person will select their email address.
    - Also, a button under this stating, Show Order.
    - I need to create a data connection to the customer table in the PizzaDelivery Access database. I want to copy the table from the solution explorer right onto the form to create a grid which will display the name of the customer whose email address has been selected. The grid should not be displayed until after the button has been pressed.
    - After the customer data has been displayed, I need to fill a listbox with the contents of the array created in the last form to show the user what they ordered.
    - Then it should display the total amount due. This includes the sales tax of .06 and any additional items the user selected for toppings.
    - The datagrid, listbox and button and label to display the total should all be hidden until the user has entered the email address.


    Next is the form to display the specials for the day. On this form as in the last, I need to copy the menu from the form in step 2 to the top.


    I need to have a label telling the user to select which, if any, specials they want. They are to click the Calculate Total button displayed at the bottom, to get the number of items selected and how much it would cost.


    In here, I need to copy the contents from a sequential file called specials.txt into a list box. The sequential file should contain descriptions and prices. I need at least 6 of each.


    Example:
    3 large pepperoni pizzas with Coke
    15.60 would be displayed in the list box.


    Once they select the Calculate Total button, they are shown the number of items they selected and the total including tax.
    For every amount entered in a text box, it must be validated in a subprogram and they must select something from the size and crust type for the pizza order.

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  5. Car Shoppers Inc Visual Basic Program

    Car Shoppers Inc Visual Basic Program

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    Car Shoppers Inc Visual Basic Program


    In an effort to boost sales, Car Shoppers Inc. is offering buyers a choice of either a large cash rebate or an extremely low financing rate, much lower than the rate most buyers would pay by financing the car through their local bank. Jake Miller, the manager of Car Shoppers Inc., wants you to create an application that helps buyers decide whether to take the lower financing rate from his dealership, or take the rebate and then finance the car through their local bank. Be sure to use one or more independent Sub procedure in the application, as this will be an important element in grading this Lab.
    Consider using the handy Financial.Pmt() method to calculate the payments. A design suggestion for the form is shown below:

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  6. Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 5 Case Problem 7 Technology Conference Registration

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 5 Case Problem 7 Technology Conference Registration

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    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 5 Case Problem 7 Technology Conference Registration


    Technology Conference Registration
    Based on the case project shown in Figure 5-111, create a requirements document and a UseCase Definition document, and then design a Windows application. Before writing the code, create an event planning document for each event in the program.


    It is important that developers update their skills by attending developers conferences. The Dynamic International Management Consorttium (DIMC) runs and manages the ADSE (Active Developers Skill Enhancement) Conference two times per year. To encourage companies to send multiple employees to the conference, the cost per attendee is determined based on the number of attending developers from a given company. The table below specifies cost per attendee.
    Number of Conference
    Registration per
    Company Cost per Attendee
    1 $695
    2-4 $545
    5-8 $480
    8 or more $395


    DIMS has requested that you develop a Windows application that can determine and display the total cost per company for developers attending the conference. DIMC has a conference policy that states if any member of a company has attended a previous DIMC conference, the company receives a 15% discount from the total cost of its employees who attend. The policy also states that no more than 16 people from a single company can attend the conference. DIMC has asked that you design the program so that the user must enter valid data.

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  7. Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 4 Case Problem 6 Convert Currency

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 4 Case Problem 6 Convert Currency

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    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 4 Case Problem 6 Convert Currency


    Convert Currency
    Design a Windows application and write the code that will execute according to the program requirements in Figure 4-109. Before designing the user interface, create a Use Case definition. Before writing the code,create an event planning document for each event in the program.


    REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT
    Date submitted: November 4, 2014
    Application title: Convert Currency
    Purpose: The Convert Currency Windows application will display the value of U.S. dollars in euros, English pounds, and Mexican pesos.


    Program Procedures: From a window on the screen, the user should enter the number of U.S. dollars to be converted. The program will display the equivalent value in euros, British pounds, and Mexican pesos.


    Algorithms, Processing, and Conditions:
    1. The user must be able to enter the number of U.S. dollars to be converted.
    2. After entering the number of U.S. dollars to be converted, the user clicks the Convert Currency button.
    3. The program converts the number of U.S. dollars entered into the equivalent number of euros, English pounds, and Mexican pesos. The program displays all three currencies together with the U.S. dollars.
    4. To find the conversion rates, the developer must consult the appropriate Web sites.A possible site is www.xe.com.
    5. Because the currency rates change dynamically, the user should enter both the date and the time that the conversion rates were applied. The date and time should be displayed in U.S. format.
    6. The user should be able to clear the date and time, the number of U.S. dollars entered, and the results of the calculations, and then enter new values.


    Notes and Restrictions: 1. The user should be able to click an exit button to close the application.


    Comments: 1. The designer must determine the design of the user interface, and the words and graphics used in the user interface.

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  8. Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 4 Case Problem 3 WEEKLY PAY CALCULATOR

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 4 Case Problem 3 WEEKLY PAY CALCULATOR

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    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 4 Case Problem 3 WEEKLY PAY CALCULATOR


    WEEKLY PAY CALCULATOR
    Design a Windows application and write the code that will execute according to the program requirements in Figure 4-104 and the Use Case definition in Figure 4-105. Before writing the code, create an event planning document for each event in the program. The completed program is shown in Figure 4-106.


    REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT
    Date submitted: May 11, 2014
    Application title: Weekly Pay Calculator
    Purpose: The Weekly Pay Calculator Windows application computes the weekly pay for an hourly employee.


    Program Procedures: From a window on the screen, a payroll clerk enters the total minutes an employee worked in a week and the hourly pay rate. The program displays the weekly pay for the employee.


    Algorithms, Processing, and Conditions:
    1. The payroll clerk must be able to enter the total minutes worked during the week and the hourly pay rate.
    2. The company name (Western Distribution) and the picture (Payroll found at scsite.com/vb2010/ch4/images) will be displayed throughout the entire process.
    3. After entering the total minutes worked and hourly pay rate, the payroll clerk clicks the weekly pay button.
    4. The weekly pay is displayed in currency format together with the number of hours and minutes worked.


    Notes and Restrictions:
    1. The user can clear the total minutes worked, the hourly pay rate, the hours and minutes worked, and the weekly pay by clicking a clear button. He then can enter another employee’s data.
    2. An exit button should close the application.
    3. In this application, if hours worked is greater than 40, the hourly pay rate still applies.


    Comments: n/a


    USE CASE DEFINITION
    1. The Windows Application opens.
    2. The payroll clerk enters the total minutes worked by an employee and the employee’s hourly pay rate.
    3. The payroll clerk clicks the Weekly Pay button.
    4. The program displays the hours worked, the minutes worked, and the employee’s weekly pay.
    5. The payroll clerk can click the Clear button and then repeat steps 2 through 4.
    6. The user terminates the program by clicking the Exit button.

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  9. Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 6 Case Problem 7 Factorial Math

    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 6 Case Problem 7 Factorial Math

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    Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Shelly Cashman Series Chapter 6 Case Problem 7 Factorial Math


    Create a requirements document and a Use Case Definition document, and design a Windows application based on the case project shown in Figure 6-134:


    Most calculators have an operation called a “factorial” which is shown on a calculator key as an exclamation point. For example 5! (5 factorial) multiplies 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 to calculate the result of 120. Using loops to compute the factorial, display the following factorials in a Listbox object:
    1! 1
    2! 2
    3! 6
    4! 24
    5! 120
    6! 720
    7! 5040
    8! 40320
    9!

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  10. Sandwich Objects Visual Basic Program

    Sandwich Objects Visual Basic Program

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    Sandwich Objects Visual Basic Program


    Create a project that contains a class for sandwich objects. Each sandwich object should have properties for Name. Bread, Meat, Cheese, and Condiments.
    Use a form for user input. Assign the input values to the properties of the object and display the properties on a separate form.
    Hint: Use a ReadOnly property on the input form to pass the object to the second form.

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