Visual Basic! Helppp

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I have 3 assignments about Visual Basic attached with file Word below

I need Assignment 1 before next Friday

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Ex1/ Install Visual Studio Community on your PC: Located here: https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/community/ Using Microsoft Word, complete the following exercises from Chapter 1, from the book "Starting out with Visual Basic" by Gaddis 1.Starting Out with Visual Basic - Tutorials Chap 1 (10 points) Submit a Microsoft Word document with screen shots for each Chapter 1 tutorial as indicated in the attached document. 2. Programming Challenge #4: "Account Balance" (10 points) For Programming Challenge #3 you will gain practice using Steps 1 through 6 of the programming process described in detail in Section 1.4. Please note: These are the planning steps to design your programming solution BEFORE you start to write Visual Basic code. You will not be coding in Visual Basic for this challenge. Instead, you will be submitting a document file (.doc, .docx, or .rtf) that contains all six steps of the programming process. For Step 2, you can use graphical elements within your word processing program, of you can create a hand drawing and scan it digitally. You may use a similar approach for Step 6, if you choose to use a flow chart drawing to fulfill that step. As an example of a hand drawing for Step 2, here is a screenshot: Screenshot To reiterate, you must submit 2 deliverables: 1. The completion of the Chapter 1 Tutorials as a document file. 2. The completion of the six steps of the Programming Process (as specified in section 1.4 of our textbook) applied to Programming Challenge # 3, "Sales Tax", as a document file. Starting Out with Visual Basic 2012-Tutorials Chap 1-rc.docx Ex 2/ 1. Complete the following exercises using Visual Studio. You may be using the 6th or the 7th ed. of the book. Below are instructions for both editions. (Blue text is 6th edition, Green text is 7th edition). You need to only follow the directions for your edition. From Visual Basic book - Chapter 2: • • • If you are using the book: "Starting Out with Visual Basic 2012, 6th ed" - Chapter 2: Read chapter 2 and be sure to do all the tutorials from the very beginning of the chapter. You must submit the following for grading: 1. Topic 2.2: Focus on Problem Solving: Responding to Events (10 points) Note: Chapter 2 begins with Topic 2.1, “Focus on Problem Solving: Building the Directions Application”. After Topic 2.1, Topic 2.2, “Focus on Problem Solving: Responding to Events” follows. In the opening “Concept” paragraph of Topic 2.2 it states, “In this section, your write event handlers for the Directions application.” These two topics, 2.1 and 2.2, comprise tutorials 2.1 through 2.13. Once you complete the tutorials in Topics 2.1 and 2.2 you will have written the Visual Basic project application entitled, “Directions”. 2. Programming Challenge #6: Clickable Images (10 points) Note: You need to zip up both VB projects 1 and 2 following the zipping instructions for VB projects attached here, and then upload it for grading. Once both zip files are uploaded for grading, you then click the VB Assignment "Submit" button. If you are using the book "Starting Out with Visual Basic, 7th ed" book - Chapter 2: • • Read chapter 2 and be sure to do all the tutorials from the very beginning of the chapter. You must submit the following for grading: 1. Topic 2.3: Writing the Code for the Hello World Application (10 points) Note: Chapter 2 begins with Topic 2.1, “Getting Started with Forms and Controls”. After Topic 2.1, the next is Topic 2.2, “Creating a GUI for Your First Visual Basic Application: The Hello World Application”. Next is Topic 2.3, “Writing the Code for the Hello World Application”. Once you complete the tutorials in Topics 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 you will have written the Visual Basic project application entitled, “Hello World”. 2. Programming Challenge #8: Joke and Punch Line (10 points) Note: You need to zip up both VB projects 1 and 2 following the zipping instructions for VB projects attached here, and then upload it for grading. Once both zip files are uploaded for grading, you then click the VB Assignment "Submit" button. Guidelines for submitting your projects.docx Ex 3/ 1. Complete the following exercises using Visual Studio. You may be using the 6th or the 7th ed. of the book. Below are instructions for both editions. (Blue text is 6th edition, Green text is 7th edition). You need to only follow the directions for your edition. If you are using the book: "Starting Out with Visual Basic 2012, 6th ed" - Chapter 3: Read chapter 3 and be sure to do all the tutorials from the very beginning of the chapter. You must submit the following for grading: • 1. Topic 3.10: Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Room Charge Calculator (10 points) Note: Study and complete Chapter 3 Topics 3.1 through 3.9. These topics comprise tutorials 3.1 through 3.10. Once you have studied these topics and completed the tutorials you are ready to begin Topic 3.10: Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Room Charge Calculator. This topic includes tutorial 3.11. In it, you will build the ‘Room Charge Calculator” application in Visual Basic. 2. Programming Challenge #4: Theater Revenue (10 points) Note: You need to zip up both VB projects 1 and 2 following the zipping instructions for VB projects attached here, and then upload it for grading. Once both zip files are uploaded for grading, you then click the VB Assignment "Submit" button. If you are using the book "Starting Out with Visual Basic, 7th ed" Chapter 3: Read chapter 3 and be sure to do all the tutorials from the very beginning of the chapter. You must submit the following for grading: • 1. Topic 3.10: Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Room Charge Calculator (10 points) Note: Study and complete Chapter 3 Topics 3.1 through 3.9. These topics comprise tutorials 3.1 through 3.9. Once you have studied these topics and completed the tutorials you are ready to begin Topic 3.10: Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Room Charge Calculator. This topic includes tutorial 3.10. In it, you will build the ‘Room Charge Calculator” application in Visual Basic. 2. Programming Challenge #3: Weekly Temperature Average (10 points) Note: You need to zip up both VB projects 1 and 2 following the zipping instructions for VB projects attached here, and then upload it for grading. Once both zip files are uploaded for grading, you then click the VB Assignment "Submit" button. ...
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School: Duke University

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Student’s name
Profesor’s name
Course Code
27th October, 2018

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Tutorial 1 -3:

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Student’s name
Profesor’s name
Course Code
27th October, 2018

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3. Wage calculator
Step 1:
Purpose: To calculate the user’s gross pay
Input: Number of hours worked, hourly pay rate
Process: Multiply number of hours worked by hourly pay rate
The result of the user’s gross pay
Output: Display a message indicating the user’s gross pay.
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Step 3:
Control Type
Form

Control Name
(Default)

Label
Label
Label
Textbox
Textbox
Label

(Default)
(Default)
(Default)
txtHoursWorked
txtPayRate
lblGrossPay

Button

btnCalcGrossPay

Button

btnClose

Description
A small form that will serve as the window onto
which the other controls will be placed.
Displays the message Number of Hours Worked
Displays the message Hourly Pay Rate
Displays the message Gross Pay Earned
Allows the us...

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awesome work thanks

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