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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 | Working with files exercise | Write out to a text file applicants to a dating agency
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Press CTRL + D to add the file called frmApplication.vb from the above folder into your project (or right click on the project and choose to add it as an existing item). You may need to overwrite an existing copy of this form in your project to do this.
Change your project's properties to make this the default form for your project. When you run your project, you should see this:
The code behind to validate the form entries should be included already. Note that the names of the controls are shown in the diagram above.
The code attached to the Apply button currently looks like this (after checking that all of the form's boxes have been filled in):
'if we get here, it's OK to do something with this data - so write out
'values entered to text file
Uncomment this call to the procedure called writeFormData, then write the procedure. Here's the sort of text file it should produce:
After 3 applicants have been submitted, here's what your text file might look like. Whoever thought that about Kermit?