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5.16 How is a separator included within a list of menu items Must separators be indented How are separators moved relative to surrounding menu items 5.17 What is the purpose of a submenu How is a submenu created within the Menu Editor How is the presence of a submenu identified during program execution 5.18 How is a pop-up menu created How is it activated 5.19 How can a pop-up menu be made to appear in response to some action other than a right mouse click 5.20 What is the purpose of a dialog box 5.21 How is a secondary form added to an active project How is it removed 5.22 How is a secondary form made visible once it has been loaded How is it hidden 5.23 What is a modal form How can a form be displayed as a modal form once it has been loaded 5.24 When writing Visual Basic code, how do you refer to the property of an object that resides within a different form 5.25 What is the purpose of the MsgBox function What is the general form of a MsgBox function access 5.26 A message box generated by the MsgBox function may have various command buttons, depending on how the function is accessed. How is the choice of command buttons specified in the function access 5.27 When the user clicks on a command button within a message box, how is the particular command button selection identified In what way is this information useful 5.28 What is the purpose of the title argument in a MsgBox function access How does the title argument differ from the string argument 5.29 What is the purpose of the InputBox function How does the InputBox function differ from the MsgBox function 5.30 What is the general form of an InputBox function access 5.31 What additional arguments may be included in a MsgBox function access What additional arguments may be included in an InputBox function access What do these additional arguments represent
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5.32 Re-create the Geography project shown in Example 5.5 using a pop-up menu. Retain the listing of Continents, Oceans and Seas as primary menu items, as in Example 5.5. Add a keyboard shortcut for each of the primary menu items. 5.33 Re-create the Geography project shown in Example 5.5 using a pop-up menu, as in Prob. 5.32. Now, however, create dialog boxes containing options buttons in place of the submenus. Thus, you should create one dialog box allowing the user to select a continent, another to select an ocean, and a third to select a sea. Be sure to include appropriate command buttons within each dialog box. 5.34 Expand Prob. 5.33 so that multiple objects can be selected from each dialog box. In other words, allow the user to select two or more continents, two or more oceans, etc. To do so, use check boxes rather than option buttons for each group of objects. Display the corresponding area for each object selected. (Suggestion: Place a combo box within each dialog box.)
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5.35 Re-create the project shown in Example 4.3 (current date and time) using a drop-down menu. Label the main menu selection View. Within this menu, label the individual menu items Date and Time. Include keyboard access characters and keyboard shortcuts for each menu item. 5.36 Repeat Prob. 5.35 using a pop-up menu instead of a drop-down menu. 5.37 Re-create the piggy bank problem shown in Example 4.5 so that it uses a menu and dialog boxes. Label the main menu selection Money, and include the following two menu items: Number of Coins, and Dollar Amount. For the first menu selection (Number of Coins), create a dialog box that allows the user to enter the number of pennies, nickels, dimes, etc., as in Example 4.5. Provide a check box for each type of coin. Include a Go button, but omit the Clear button. For the second menu selection (Dollar Amount), create a separate dialog box that allows the user to enter the dollar amount in pennies, in nickels, in dimes, etc. Again, provide a check box for each type of coin, and include a Go button. The Go button within each dialog box should display a new dialog box containing the appropriate text boxes, so that the user may enter data. The user should then press a command button labeled Total within this dialog box, to display the total amount of money (see Prob. 4.43). Use a message box to display the actual total amount. 5.38 Modify the multilingual hello program in Example 4.6 so that a menu labeled Languages is displayed when the program is executed. Within Languages, each menu item will correspond to a different language. Clicking on a menu item will then display a message box containing the appropriate greeting in the chosen language. Include an appropriate title that identifies the language. 5.39 Expand the temperature conversion program shown in Example 4.7 so that it can convert between Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin and Rankin degrees (i.e., from any one temperature to any other). Let us refer to the given temperature (i.e., the given system of units) as the source temperature, and the desired temperature (i.e., the desired system of units) as the target temperature. The program should include a main menu, labeled Temperature, which includes four menu items one for each system of units. Each of these menu items will represent a source unit. Hence, it should have its own submenu, which shows the three possible target units for that source unit. For example, the first menu item under Temperature might be Celsius, and the corresponding submenu items might be To Fahrenheit, To Kelvin, and To Rankine. Selection of a submenu item should then result in a dialog box that accepts the source temperature and, after clicking on a Go button, displays the resulting target temperature. Recall that F = 1.8 C, K = C + 273.15, and R = F + 459.67. 5.40 Create a Visual Basic project to determine the sum of the integers ranging from n1 to n2, where n1 < n2. Specify n1 and n2 as input parameters. Allow the computation to be carried out 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.
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Use a menu to determine which integers will be summed. In each case, use an appropriate loop to calculate the sum. Display the sum in a separate text box, with an appropriate label. (see Probs. 4.47 and 4.48). Generate an error message if the condition n1 < n2 is not satisfied. 5.41 Create a Visual Basic project that will allow the user to select the name of a country from a list and then display the corresponding capital, and vice versa. Use a menu to determine which task will be carried out (i.e., select the country and display the capital, or select the capital and display the country). Attach an a appropriate dialog box to each of the menu items.
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