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Old 10-26-2004, 03:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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YAY i created a calculator today in Comp Apps 1. its not in the cells in excel, its an object. so far i have add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Pretty easy. makes me feel good.
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Old 10-26-2004, 03:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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congradulations. VBA has some cool stuff, if you don't mind working in it...
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Learning VB is great, especially if you're going to be developing apps for the Windows desktop (as all front-ends are done in a version of VB).

My question to you is...why not use the calculator that comes with Windows?
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Eh, I prefer C# myself. VB is nice, but I don't like the language structure. C# has the sleekness of C++ with the ease of drag & drop controls like VB.
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well it was required to make. like it was an assignment i had to do. i'm going to make it so i can just enter my math equations and it will automatically do it. i already did half of it. my friend already made a command in which he can solve quadratic equations and foil equations. it soo kewl.
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Nice. Good luck with that.
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thanks alot!
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