# Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 Shelly Cashman Chapter 6 Case Problem 8 Galaxy Hotel

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 Shelly Cashman Chapter 6 Case Problem 8 Galaxy Hotel

Create a requirements document and a Use Case Definition document, and design a Windows application based on the case project shown in Figure 6-135:

The Galaxy Hotel ask you to write a Windows application that computes the occupancy rate of the hotel. Occupancy rate is a percentage that is equal to the number of rooms sold divided by the total number of room available. The hotel has seven floors. The user should use an InputBox function to respond to two questions about each floor. How many rooms are occupied on that floor? How many rooms on floor are vacant? Display which floor you are asking about in each question. Display how many rooms are occupied and vacant on each floor in a ListBox object. After the user has entered all the information, display the following results: the total number of rooms at hotel, the number of occupied rooms, the number of vacant rooms. Also display the occupancy rate as a percentage, such as 61%. Nonnumeric values should not be accepted. Do not accept negative numbers. Publish the application after testing it.

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Microsoft Visual Basic 2012 Shelly Cashman Chapter 6 Case Problem 8 Galaxy Hotel

Create a requirements document and a Use Case Definition document, and design a Windows application based on the case project shown in Figure 6-135:

The Galaxy Hotel ask you to write a Windows application that computes the occupancy rate of the hotel. Occupancy rate is a percentage that is equal to the number of rooms sold divided by the total number of room available. The hotel has seven floors. The user should use an InputBox function to respond to two questions about each floor. How many rooms are occupied on that floor? How many rooms on floor are vacant? Display which floor you are asking about in each question. Display how many rooms are occupied and vacant on each floor in a ListBox object. After the user has entered all the information, display the following results: the total number of rooms at hotel, the number of occupied rooms, the number of vacant rooms. Also display the occupancy rate as a percentage, such as 61%. Nonnumeric values should not be accepted. Do not accept negative numbers. Publish the application after testing it.

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