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VISUAL BASIC EXERCISES
VISUAL BASIC EXERCISES
- Drawing forms (2)
- Form events (1)
- Variables and data types (2)
- Enumerations and constants (2)
- Form validation (3)
- Menus and toolbars (2)
- Files and folders (1)
- Basic DataGridViews (1)
- Reacting to DataGridView events (3)
- Advanced DataGridViews (2)
- Creating classes (4)
- Coding in VB.NET (2)
- Variables and constants (3)
- Testing conditions (2)
- Passing arguments (3)
- Using arrays (2)
- Loops (2)
- Working with files (3)
- Lists (3)
- Creating properties (3)
Visual Basic | Creating properties exercise | Write properties to get an application form to work
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Press CTRL + D to add the file called frmOldies.vb from the above folder into your project (or right click on the project and choose to add it as an existing item).
Change your project's properties to make this the default form for your project. When you run your project, you should see this:
When someone clicks on the button shown, they should see their name, age and status (see below for how this is calculated) displayed back to them.
Add the following properties to your application:
|PersonName||Read-only||The name of the applicant|
|Age||Read-only||The age of the applicant|
|Status||Read-only||Senior citizen if over 65; adult if over 18; child otherwise|
|IfEligible||Read-only||Whether this person can join (they must be over 65 to do so)|
Attach the following code to the button on the form:
'print out details of this person (must reference
'System.Diagnostics namespace at top of code)
Debug.WriteLine("Name = " + personName)
Debug.WriteLine("Age = " + age.ToString())
Debug.WriteLine("Status = " + status)
If IfEligible Then
Here's what your output should look like when you enter a couple of people's details:
What you might see after two people at opposite ends of life have typed in their details.
Is the idea of an online dating agency for senior citizens a viable one?