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I'm a new visual basic learner, I need some help with this
program below:

create an application that either sums or averagethe rows
or columns of a two dimensional array depending on user
choices.
create a menu bar with a file that includes a perform
action command and an exit command. the perform action
command computes either the sum or the average of the rows
or columns in the array and displays the result in a
message box. the exit command exits the application.
create a 2nd menu on the menu bar called the action menu.
add a sum rows command, sum columns command, average rows
command, and average columns command to the action menu.
use the radiocheck and check properties of each command to
allow the user to select a command on the action menu. the
perform action command checks to see which command is
selected on the action menu to determine which operation
to execute when the user clicks the perform action command.
the commands on the action menu do not require any event
procedures. include appropriate shotcut keys for all
commands. after the perform action command executes, the
program should display the results in a message box. the
message box should display results for each row or column
separated by a controlchars. Newline character. the
message box also should ask the user if he/she wants to
continue or to exit the application.

PLEASE HELP!!!!!! send me the code to to******@yahoo.com
THANKS!!!!!!!!
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Cor
Hi Merdelus,

A nice sample to learn VB. but I think it goes a little bit far to ask us to
build it totaly.

So start to build it open your IDE select a window project and take some
time for it.

If you have questions, we will help you.

But one by one question not a whole project in one time.

Just a thougth

Cor

Nov 20 '05 #2

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Well, I need an application that bring me money for the rest of my life
Please help with all code

Just joking..I can became boored
Merdelus, if you know VB6, you can migrate to NEt easy enough, it's more
about learning classes than the language. Try to read some "Hello
world" -like apps to get familiar with the IDE and help system and results
will raise soon

Ceers,
Crirus...

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I'm a new visual basic learner, I need some help with this
program below:

create an application that either sums or averagethe rows
or columns of a two dimensional array depending on user
choices.
create a menu bar with a file that includes a perform
action command and an exit command. the perform action
command computes either the sum or the average of the rows
or columns in the array and displays the result in a
message box. the exit command exits the application.
create a 2nd menu on the menu bar called the action menu.
add a sum rows command, sum columns command, average rows
command, and average columns command to the action menu.
use the radiocheck and check properties of each command to
allow the user to select a command on the action menu. the
perform action command checks to see which command is
selected on the action menu to determine which operation
to execute when the user clicks the perform action command.
the commands on the action menu do not require any event
procedures. include appropriate shotcut keys for all
commands. after the perform action command executes, the
program should display the results in a message box. the
message box should display results for each row or column
separated by a controlchars. Newline character. the
message box also should ask the user if he/she wants to
continue or to exit the application.

PLEASE HELP!!!!!! send me the code to to******@yahoo.com
THANKS!!!!!!!!

Nov 20 '05 #3

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