Notes: Store input values into their declared variables and not usetextboxes directly in expression.
Summary: In this assignment you create a program to convert feet and inches to meter. The conversion is done with a function you write in the program and then call it.
- Feet: User enters a number for feet
- Period: User enters a number for inches
- Create a new project and name it as yourlastname-firstname-Assignment5. Save this project in VB folder you created earlier.
- Change forms title to: Your full name Assignment 5 – Conversion.
- Form contains four Labels, two TextBoxes, and three Button controls.
- Use labels to identify Feet, Inches and Meters. See below Form Layout with Controls for more details. Note: You will use the same control Names shown below.
– Input variables:
- Feet (Single) – TextBox, txtFeet
- Inches (Single) – TextBox, txtInches
– Output variables:
- Meters (Single) -Label, lblMeters
- To convert feet and inches to meters, use this formula: (feet * 12 + inches) * 0.0254. 0.0254 is a constant value to convert English system to Metric. Make sure to declare a Constant for this literal number.
- You construct a Function for this conversion. It will be placed after End Sub for btnConvert_Click.
- Start the Function code with typing Function keyword, followed by the function name, followed by parameters, followed by function type.
- This Function has two parameters; feet and inches. See below for suggested program’s infrastructure.
- Items to note:.
- Variables names must follow the conventions and rules explained earlier and must have proper data type for the values that will be stored in them.
- Appearance of the form is very important; Make sure that your design is clean; Spelling is important.
- Clear button, clears TextBoxes and Label control that displays Meters.
- Exit button, closes the Form.
- You will write the code for the three buttons.
- Avoid double-clicking on TextBox and Label Controls to create unnecessary code. If you do, please delete them.
- Run the program, enter values for Feet and Inches, then click Convert button, to see the Meters equivalent displays in the Label control. See example for the complete program below.
- Note: If you leave TextBoxes blank when program is running, your program would crash. Avoid testing with blank TextBoxes. We will learn how to solve this problem.
- To save the project, from File, select Save All.
- Continue with SaveAll after making changes.
- Once project is complete, open File Explorer; open VB folder and you will see a folder named: yourlastname-firstname-Assignment5. This folder contains a folder and a solution file with SLN extension. Both are named the same. Solution file (.SLN) and the folder containing VB necessary files to run the project.
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