# Help with visual basic programming needed.

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3.6

Write a project that calculates the shipping charge for a package if the

shipping rate is \$0.12 per ounce.

Form: Use a masked text box for the package-identification code (a

six-digit code) and labeled text boxes for the weight of the package—one

box for pounds and another one for ounces. Use a text box to display the

shipping charge.

Include buttons for Calculate, Clear, Print, and Exit.

Code: Include event procedures for each button. Use a constant for the

shipping rate, calculate the shipping charge, and display it formatted in a

text box. Display a message to the user for any bad input data.

Calculation hint: There are 16 ounces in a pound.

3.8

Create a project that will input an employee’s sales and calculate the

gross pay, deductions, and net pay. Each employee will receive a base pay

of \$900 plus a sales commission of 6 percent of sales.

After calculating the net pay, calculate the budget amount for each cat-

egory based on the percentages given.

Pay

Base pay    \$900; use a named constant

Commission    6% of sales

Gross pay  Sum of base pay and commission

Deductions      18% of gross pay

Net pay      Gross pay minus deductions

Budget

Housing     30% of net pay

Food and clothing 15% of net pay

Entertainment      50% of net pay

Miscellaneous 5% of net pay

Visual Basic Chapter 1 Lab – Introduction to Visual Basic 2010.

Read chapter 1 of the Visual Basic textbook

Do the “Hands-On Programming Example” on pages 53 thru 56 of the Visual Basic textbook. After successfully coding, running, and testing this example, compress the resulting project folder into a Zip file and attach that file to this assignment. Press on the “Continue Later” button to save your work. Do not press the “Finish” button yet.

Note: to compress a folder into a Zip file in windows, right-click the folder then select “Send to / Compressed (zipped) folder” folder from the shortcut menu.

Create a Visual Basic project to solve Programming Exercise 1.5 at the end of Visual Basic chapter 1 (Page 60). After successfully coding, running, and testing this exercise, compress the resulting project folder into a Zip file and attach that file to this assignment.

Read chapter 3 of the Visual Basic textbook.

1. Do the “Hands-On Programming Example” on pages 141 thru 147 of the Visual Basic textbook. After successfully coding, running, and testing this example, compress the resulting project folder into a Zip file and attach that file to this assignment. Press on the “Continue Later” button to save your work. Do not press the “Finish” button yet.

2. Create a Visual Basic project to solve Programming Exercise 3.2 at the end of Visual Basic chapter 3 (Page 150). Compress the resulting project folder into a “.zip” file and attach this “.zip” file to this assignment for grading.

After you have completed this assignment and attached all resulting “.zip” files to it, click “Finish” button.

Read chapter 2 of the Visual Basic textbook.

1. Do the “Hands-On Programming Example” on pages 90 thru 95 of the Visual Basic textbook. After successfully coding, running, and testing this example, compress the resulting project folder into a Zip file and attach that file to this assignment. Press on the “Continue Later” button to save your work. Do not press the “Finish” button yet.

2. Create a Visual Basic project to solve Programming Exercise 2.2 at the end of Visual Basic chapter 2 (Page 99). Compress the resulting project folder into a “.zip” file and attach this “.zip” file to this assignment for grading.

Read chapter 3 of the Visual Basic textbook.

1. Do the “Hands-On Programming Example” on pages 141 thru 147 of the Visual Basic textbook. After successfully coding, running, and testing this example, compress the resulting project folder into a Zip file and attach that file to this assignment. Press on the “Continue Later” button to save your work. Do not press the “Finish” button yet.

2. Create a Visual Basic project to solve Programming Exercise 3.2 at the end of Visual Basic chapter 3 (Page 150). Compress the resulting project folder into a “.zip” file and attach this “.zip” file to this assignment for grading.