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Make a Project of Calculator in Visual Basic

Make a Project of Calculator in Visual Basic

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Making a Calculator in Visual Basic 6.0 with codings
Making a Calculator in Visual Basic 6.0 with codings

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Published by: CHITRA MINI on Jun 23, 2008
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10/27/2015

MAKE A PROJECT OF CALCULATOR IN VISUAL BASIC

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First we select the Standard exe item in the view project dialog box, opening Visual Basic itself. Then we select the Textbox from the Toolbox and make a textbox on the form. Then we select the command button from the tool box from the tool box we make buttons 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 … 9, +, =,-,*, /, clear. After these all buttons are made. Then we need the buttons to be coded. Thus double click on the button numbered “1”, following coding is done:

Private sub Command 1-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “1” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “2”

Private sub Command 2-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “2” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “3” Private sub Command 3-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “3” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “4” Private sub Command 4-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “4” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “5” Private sub Command 5-Click ()

Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “5” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “6” Private sub Command 6-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “6” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “7” Private sub Command 7-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “7” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “8” Private sub Command 8-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “8” End Sub

 Double clicking on the Button “9” Private sub Command 9-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “9” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “0” Private sub Command 10-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “0” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “.” Private sub Command 11-Click () Text1.Text = Text 1. Text + “.” End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “+”

Private sub Command 12-Click () a= Text 1. Text Text1.Text = ”+” d=1 End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “-” Private sub Command 13-Click () a= Text 1. Text Text1.Text =”-” d=3 End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “*” Private sub Command 14-Click () a= Text 1. Text Text1.Text =”*”

d=3 End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “/” Private sub Command 15-Click () a= Text 1. Text Text1.Text =”/” d=4 End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “Square” Private sub Command 16-Click () a= Text 1. Text Text1.Text =”*” C=a*a Text1.Text = c End Sub

 Double clicking on the Button “Factorial” Private sub Command 17-Click () a= Text 1. Text Text1.Text =”i” e=1 for i = s to step-1 e = e*i Text1.Text = e End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “Clear” Private sub Command 18-Click () Text1.Text ( ) End Sub  Double clicking on the Button “=” Private sub Command 19-Click ()

b = Text1.Text Select case d% Case 1: c= a + b Text1.Text = c Case 2: c = a - b Text1.Text=c Case 3: c= a * b Text1.Text = c Case 4: c= a / b Text1.Text = c End Select End Sub

Following figure shows how a calculator made in Visual Basic Looks :

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