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4.32 Suggest three different uses for a scroll bar. 4.33 Describe the components of a scroll bar. How can each component be used to make a selection 4.34 When using a scroll bar, what is the purpose of the Min and Max properties 4.35 When using a scroll bar, what is the purpose of the SmallChange and the LargeChange properties To which scroll bar component does each property apply
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4.36 Re-create the project shown in Example 4.3 on your own computer. Verify that the program executes correctly. Then change the project in the following ways: (a) Change the label captions to Current Date: and Current Time:. (b) Change the background colors of the form and the text boxes. (Choose your own colors). (c) Change the command button captions to Execute and Quit. (d) Raise the lower label and the lower text box so that they are closer to the upper label and text box. (e) Move the command buttons to the bottom of the form and align them horizontally. (f) Resize the form and rearrange the controls relative to one another so that the form has an overall pleasing appearance. (g) Access the on-line help for the format function (select Index/Format function from the Help menu). Then experiment with other date and time formats, in order to display the date and time differently. 4.37 Modify the project shown in Example 4.3 so that it uses four labels, rather than two labels and two text boxes. Hint: Assign appropriate string values to Label2.Caption and Label4.Caption during program execution. In addition, change the appearance of the output data (i.e., change the format of the current date and time) as you see fit. 4.38 Modify the project shown in Example 4.3 so that either the day and date or the time are shown (but not both). Hint: Use two option buttons. 4.39 Modify the project shown in Example 4.3 so that the day and date are always shown, but the time is displayed only as a user-selected option. Hint: Use a check box to select the time display. 4.40 Modify the project shown in Example 4.3 so that it displays your name, street address and city instead of the current day and date, and time. Hint: Replace the assignment statements that access the format function with string assignments. For example, if you are Santa Claus and a third text box has been introduced to display the city, you might write
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Experiment with the project so that it runs correctly and has a pleasing appearance. 4.41 Alter the project shown in Example 4.4 so that the user enters the the date in the form mm/dd/yy (see Example 2.21), and the computer displays the date in the day/date format used in Example 4.3. 4.42 Modify the project shown in Example 4.5 so that the coins are entered in reverse-order (i.e., first halfdollars, then quarters, etc., with pennies last). Execute the program to assure that it runs correctly.
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4.43 Modify the project shown in Example 4.5 so that it adds up the money spent in the several different expense categories (in dollars) rather than adding up the number of pennies, nickels, dimes, etc. The permissible expense categories are: (a) (b) (c) Food Rent Transportation (d) (e) (f) Car payment Entertainment Savings
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Enter the amount of money spent for each category as a separate input item. Display the total for the first three categories and the total for all six categories as separate items. Label each input and output quantity appropriately. Execute the program to assure that it runs correctly, using values of your own choosing. 4.44 Modify the project shown in Example 4.6 so that a separate command button is used for each language. (In other words, use a command button in place of each check box.) In addition, include a command button to clear the display, and another command button to quit (hence, a total of nine command buttons one for each of the seven languages, plus the Clear and Quit buttons). 4.45 Modify the project shown in Example 4.6 so that the two option buttons are replaced by command buttons (hence, a total of four command buttons one for each conversion type, plus Go and End). 4.46 Create a Visual Basic project that will allow the user to enter a positive integer and determine whether it is even or odd. In addition, include an option that will determine whether or not the given integer is a prime number. Display a message indicating whether the number is even or odd, and another message (in the event the prime-number option is selected) that indicates whether or not the number is a prime. Note that an integer is even if it can be divided by 2 without any remainder. This can be determined by evaluating the expression n/Mod(2), where n represents the given integer. Furthermore, an integer n is a prime number if it cannot be evenly divided (leaving no fractional remainder) by any integer ranging from 2 to n . In other words, an integer is a prime number only if all of the quotients n/2, n/3, . . ., Int(Sqr(n)) include a fractional remainder. This can be determined by evaluating the expression n/Mod(d) within a loop, where the divisor d varies from 2 to Int(Sqr(n)). (Note that d = 2 during the first pass through the loop, d = 3 during the second pass, and so on, until d = Int(Sqr(n)) during the last pass.) 4.47 Create a Visual Basic project to determine the sum of the first n positive integers (that is, determine the sum 1 + 2 + 3 + . . . + n). Specify n as an input parameter, via an appropriately labeled text box. Use a loop structure to calculate the sum. Display the sum in a separate text box, with an appropriate label. 4.48 Modify the Visual Basic project created in Prob. 4.47 to compute the sum of the integers ranging from n1 to n2, where n1 < n2. Include provisions for carrying out the computation in any of the following ways: (a) (b) (c) Sum all of the integers ranging from n1 to n2. Sum only the even integers within the interval defined by n1 and n2. Sum only the odd integers within the interval defined by n1 and n2.
Enter the values of n1 and n2 in separate text boxes. Generate an error message if the condition n1 < n2 is not satisfied. Use option buttons to accommodate the three different choices. In each case, use an appropriate loop to calculate the sum. Display the sum in its own text box. Label all input and output. 4.49 The mean (or arithmetic average) of a list of n numbers is defined as x = ( x1 + x 2 + + xn ) / n
where x represents the mean. Create a Visual Basic project to determine x , where the values of n and x1, x2, etc., are entered as input parameters. Use a single looping structure to enter the x-values and to determine x (remember that x is a cumulative sum, not a cumulative product).
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