CISY2320 SMU VB.NET Assignment 3 Homwork Help

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This assignment is associated with VB.NET. All the detailed requirements are listed in the assignment file. You just need to send the handwritten outputs to me which is that you write the programming code for each question step by step in a Microsoft Word File. You must write the code based on the example sheets provided by me. I will attach them here. Most importantly, you don't need to write complex code such as for job interview. All you need to do is that writing the programming codes simply based on example sheets provided by me.

CISY2320 SMU VB.NET Assignment 3 Homwork Help
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CISY2320 Assignment 3 Due: March 20, 2019 Objective: This assignment is designed to learn programming in VB.NET. Important Note: This assignment is due at 11:00pm midnight on Wednesday March 20, 2019. The assignment drop box is located on the second floor in Loyola. Make sure that you submit your assignment to the correct assignment drop box. Questions: 1. (4 marks) Create a VB.NET Console Application that defines a function Smallest and calls this function from the main program. The function Smallest takes three parameters, all of the Integer data type, and returns the value of the smallest among the three parameters. The main program should (1) Prompt a message (using Console.WriteLine) to ask the user to input three integers. (2) Call the built-in function Console.ReadLine three times to get the user’s input. (3) Convert the user’s input from strings to integers. (4) Call the function Smallest, with the user’s input as its parameters. (5) Display the result of the function Smallest in the Console window using Console.WriteLine. You may assume that the user always correctly inputs integers from the keyboard, and your program does not have to check whether the user inputs something other than integers. Print your program and handwrite the user’s input and output at the end of the printout of your program. 2. (3 marks) Create a VB.NET Console Application that defines a subroutine and calls this subroutine from the main program. The subroutine takes two parameters x and y, both of which are of the Integer data type and of the ByRef parameter passing. In the subroutine, the following computation will be executed: x=x+y y=x–y x=x–y The main program should call the subroutine with the following combination values for the variables for its parameters: 1, 4 9, 6 7, 3 and then display the values of the variables for the two parameters in the Console window. Print your program and handwrite the output at the end of the printout of your program. 3. (3 marks) Create a VB.NET Console Application that does the following: (1) Create an Integer array which contains 8 elements. 1 (2) Assign the following values to the elements in the array: 9, 1, 8, 4, 2, 6, 7, 3 (3) Use a For-loop or For-Each-loop to compute and printout the sum of all elements of the array in the Console window. Print your program and handwrite the output at the end of the printout of your program. Submission: 1. A cover page that contains your name and student number. 2. The printouts of the programs. 3. The handwritten outputs. 2 ...
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