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VB Control Structures
Prepared By : shruthi

Detailed Lesson Plan

Project Summary

This project named Control Structure is mainly focused on the working principle of various control Structures in VB and their implementation in Programming. Various Practical Examples have been included in this project relating to real life problems for the better understanding of the concepts. Programming questions, Output related questions are formed so as to improve the logical & problem solving ability of the students.

Learning Objectives

Working principles of various types of control structures in VB. Syntax & semantics of various statements in VB. Implementation of Control structures in Programming. Connecting real-world entities using control structures. Solving real-life problems using control structures. Enhancement of Logical & Problem solving ability of the learner.

Assessment Procedures

Students performance will be judged/assessed by inspecting the following factors : Logic in Programming. Efficiency & Effectiveness of Programs. Usage of various control structures. Correct syntax. Correct code. Following stylistic guidelines while programming i.e. object naming conventions, meaningful object names, proper indentation & spacing, prettyprinting style etc.

Implementation Procedures

Students will be explained about the working principle of individual statement with the help of its proper syntax and example. After explaining working principle of every statement, students will be given Practical Examples, implemented using VB language on Computer. Students will be demonstrated the usage and working of every statement in variety of ways, according to the options available in the syntax.

Implementation Procedures

Students will be given practical questions to solve and implement using VB language. After implementing every type of control structure, students will be given a Home Assignment based on the statements studied. Students will be given a consolidated Assignment in the end of the chapter so as to test the logical ability of the children and their understanding about the different types of control structures and their implementation.

Resources Used

I am in teaching profession from last 12 years so this complete lesson plan, assessment procedure, programming questions, output related questions etc., are formed with my previous experience and knowledge. Still I would like to mention few resources I have used for the preparation of this Project : Text book of Informatics Practices by Sumita Arora. Previous year CBSE Board question papers. Computer.

VB Control Structures

Control Flow

In a program, statements may be executed sequentially, selectively or iteratively. Every programming language provides constructs to support sequence, selection or iteration. So there are three types of programming constructs : Sequential Constructs Selection Constructs Iterative Constructs

Sequential Construct

The sequential construct means the statements are being executed sequentially. This represents the default flow of statements.
Stament 1 Stament 2 Stament 3

Selection Construct

The selection construct means the execution of statement(s) depending upon the conditiontest. If a condition evaluates to true, a courseof-action (a set of statements) is followed otherwise another course-of-action is followed. This construct is also called decision construct as it helps in decision making.

Selection Construct
One course-of-action
Condition ?

true Statement 1 Statement 2

false

Statement 1

Another courseof-action

Statement 2

Iterative Constructs

The iterative or repetitive constructs means repetition of a set-of-statements depending upon a condition-test. A set-ofstatements are repeated again and again till the condition or Boolean Expression evaluates to true. The iteration constructs are also called as looping constructs.

Iterative Construct
false The exit condition
Condition ?

True Statement 1 The loop body

Statement 2

Selection Constructs
VB provides two types of selection construct : 1) If statement 2) Select Case statement The If Statement : If statement of VB comes in various forms & are given below: 1) If..Then Statement 2) If..Then..Else Statement 3) If..Then..ElseIf Statement 4) Nested Ifs

If..Then Statement
Def. : An If..Then statement tests a particular condition; if the condition evaluates to true, a course-of-action is followed otherwise it is ignored. Syntax : If (boolean expression) Then statements End If

If..Then Statement
Example 1. : If (Num>0) Then Print It is a positive number End if

Example 2 : If txtAge.Text>=18 Then Print You are eligible to vote End if

If..Then..Else Statement
If..Then..Else statement provides an alternate choice to the user i.e. if the condition is true then a set of statements are executed otherwise another set of statements are executed. Syntax : If (boolean Expression) Then VB Statement(s) Else VB Statement(s) End If

Examples of If..Then..Else
Example 1 : If txtAge.Text>=18 Then Print You are eligible to vote Else Print Sorry, You are not eligible to vote End If

Example 2 : If Num Mod 2=0 Then Print It is an Even Number Else Print It is an Odd Number End If

If..Then..ElseIf Statement
If..Then..ElseIf statement is used to test a number of mutually exclusive cases and only executes one set of statements for the case that is true first. Syntax : If (Boolean Expression) Then Statement(s) ElseIf (Boolean Expression 2) Then Statement(s) ElseIf (Boolean Expression 3) Then Statement(s) : [ Else Statement(s) End If

Example of If..Then..ElseIf
If (Age<=4) Then Print Your rate is free. ElseIf (Age<=12) Then Print You qualify for the childrens rate. ElseIf (Age<65) Then Print You must pay full rate Else Print You qualify for the seniors rate. End If

Nested Ifs
A nested If is an if that has another If in its ifs body or in its elses body. The nested if can have one of the following three forms : 1. If (expresssion 1) Then If (expression 2 ) Then Statement 1 [Else Statement 2 End If Else body-of-else] End If

Nested Ifs
2. If (expression 1) Then body-of-if Else : If (expression 2) Then Statement-1 [Else Statement-2] End If

3) If (expression 1) Then : If (expression 2) Then Statement-1 [Else Statement-2] End If Else If (expression 3) Then Statement-3 [Else Statement-4] : End If End If

Nested Ifs

Example of Nested Ifs


If Num>0 Then Print It is a positive number Else If Num<0 Then Print It is a negative number Else Print The number is equal to zero End If End If

Select-Case Statement

Select-Case is a multiple branching statement and is used to executed a set of statements depending upon the value of the expression. It is better to use Select-Case statement in comparison to If..Then..ElseIf Statement when the number of checks are more. There are 3 different forms of using Select-Case statements and are given below :

Different forms of Select-Case


1. Select Case : Simplest Form [Exact match] Select Case Expression Case Value one or more visual basic statements Case Value one or more visual basic statements Case Else : one or more visual basic statements End Select

Example of Form 1
Select Case byMonth Case 1,3,5,7,8,10,12 number_of_days=31 Case 2 number_of_days=28 Case 4,6,9,11 number_of_days=30 End Select

Syntax of Form 2
Select Case : Second Form [Relational Test] Select Case Expression Case is relation : one or more visual basic statements Case is relation : one or more visual basic statements [Case Else : one or more visual basic statements End Select

Example of Form 2
Select Case marks Case Is < 50 Result = Fail Case Is < 60 Result = Grade B Case Is < 75 Result = Grade A Case Else Result = Grade A+ End Select

Third Form of Select Case


Select Case : Third Format [Range Check] Select Case Expression Case exp1 To exp2: one or more visual basic statements Case exp1 To exp2: one or more visual basic statements [Case Else: one or more visual basic statements End Select

Example of Form 3
Select Case Age Case 2 to 4 : Print PreNursery Case 4 to 6 : Print Kindergarden Case 6 to 10 : Print Primary Case Else : Print Others End Select

Home Assignment 1

Write a program in VB to compare three nos and print the smallest number among these nos. Write a program in VB to check the eligibilty of a person to vote. Display a message You are eligible to vote if the age of the person is greater than or equal to 18 otherwise print Sorry! You are not eligible to vote Write a program to compare two nos and then print the square and cube of the larger number among these nos.

Home Assignment

Write a program to display the grade obtained by the child according to the marks obtained by him/her. Criteria for assigning the grades is given below : If marks are >=90 - Grade is A <90 and >80 Grade is B <80 and >=70 Grade is C <70 and >=60 Grade is D <60 Grade is E

Iterative Constructs (Looping Structures)

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Loop : A loop is said to be the set of instructions which are repeated again and again in a program. Types of Loops in VB : Sentinel-controlled Loop Structures : repeat statements until a special value called sentinel value (or the terminating value) is reached. Counter-controlled Loop Structures : repeat the set of statements until the value specified by the counter variable is reached.

Looping Structures

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VB offers broadly following three types of looping structures : For..Next Do Loop a) Do While..Loop b) Do..Loop While c) Do Until..Loop d) Do..Loop Until While..Wend

For..Next Statement

This type of statement is used when the user knows in advance how many times the loop is going to be executed. Syntax :

For <counter Variable>=<start_val> To <end_val> Step <increment/Decrement Value> One or more VB Statements Next <counter Variable>

Examples
Example 1 : Generate natural nos from 1 to 100 For I = 1 To 100 Print I Next I Example 2 : Generate first 20 even nos. For E = 2 to 40 Step 2 Print E Next E

More Examples
Example 3 : Generate odd nos from 100 to 30 in a list box. For O = 99 to 31 Step -2 ListO.AddItem(O) Next O Example 4 : Generate table of any number N. For T = 1 To N Print N; *; T; =; N*T Next T

More Examples

Example 5 : Find factorial of a given number N.

: Fact=1 For I= 1 to N Fact = Fact * I Next I Print Factorial of ; N; =; Fact :

Home Assignment 2
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Write Programs for the following problems : To Generate all the natural nos from 200 to 500. To Generate the table of 10. To Generate all the even nos from 200 to 400 in reverse order. To Print first 20 multiples of the number input by the user.

Do..Loop Structures
Do While..Loop : Do While loop is an entry controlled loop in which the condition is placed at the entry point. This statement executes the statements specified in the body of the loop till the condition evaluates to true. The loop may not be executed at all the if the condition is initially false. Syntax : Do While <condition or boolean expression> One or more VB Statements Loop

Examples of Do While..Loop
Example 1 : Never executes loop Dim A as Byte A=10 Do While A>10 A=A-1 Loop Example 2 : Executes loop Dim P as Byte P=20 Do While P>5 P=P-2 Loop

Do..Loop While
Do Loop While is an exit controlled loop as the condition is placed at exit point. The body of the loop is going to be executed at least once whether the condition evaluates to true or false. Loop is executed as long as the result of the condition remains true. Syntax : Do One or more VB Statements Loop While <condition or Boolean Expression>

Examples
Example 1 : Do num = InputBox (Enter a number) sum = sum + num Loop While num < > 0 Here the statements inside the loop will be executed once no matter what the comparison test evaluates to.

Do..Until Loop
Do Until loop is an entry controlled loop in which the condition is placed at the entry point. This statement executes the statements specified in the body of the loop till the condition evaluates to false. The loop may not be executed at all the if the condition is initially true. Syntax : Do Until <condition or boolean expression> One or more VB Statements Loop

Examples of Do Until..Loop
Example 1 : Never executes loop Dim A as Byte A=10 Do Until A<10 A=A-1 Loop Example 2 : Executes loop Dim P as Byte P=20 Do Until P<5 P=P-2 Loop

Do..Loop Until
Do Loop Until is an exit controlled loop as the condition is placed at exit point. The body of the loop is going to be executed at least once whether the condition evaluates to true or false. Loop is executed as long as the result of the condition remains false. Syntax : Do One or more VB Statements Loop Until <condition or Boolean Expression>

Examples
Example 1 : Do num = InputBox (Enter a number) sum = sum + num Loop Until num = 0 Here the statements inside the loop will be executed once no matter what the comparison test evaluates to.

While..Wend

While..Wend loop is functionally equivalent to the Do While..Loop. It executes a set of VB statements till the condition evaluates to true.

Syntax : While <Condition> one or more vb statements Wend

Examples
Example 1 : Generate the sum of first 10 natural nos I=1 While I<=10 Sum = Sum + I I=I+1 Wend Print Sum of 10 natural nos = ; Sum

Nested Loops
A loop within another loop is called as Nested Loop. Example : For I = 1 to 5 For J = 1 To 3 Inner Loop Print J Outer Loop Next J Print Next I

Working of Nested Loops

In nested loops the inner loop is executed completely for one time execution of the outer loop. In the Previous example the Inner Loop will be executed three times for every execution of the outer loop. Nested loops are very useful when there is a requirement to generate different kind of patterns as output.

Examples

Example : Program to generate the output given below :

1 22 333 4444 55555

Sol : For I = 1 To 5 For J = 1 To I Print I; Next J Print Next I

Home Assignment 3 Nested Loops


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Write programs to generate the following patterns : 1 2) 1 2 3 4 5 12 1234 123 123 1234 12 12345 1 A AB ABC ABCD

Home Assignment 4 Output Related Questions


Specify the output of the following output related questions, assume that variables are declared : 1) sum=0 2) sum = 0 For I = 1 To 4 p=2 : q=4 For J = 1 To 3 Do While p<=10 sum = sum + J If p Mod 2 = 0 Then Next J sum = sum + p Print Sum = ;sum End If Next I p=p+1 Loop Print sum

Output related questions


3) R=5 : S=3 4) M=2 : N=4 Do Do Until M>12 Print R, S N=N+M R=R+1 If M Mod 3 = 0 Then If R = 7 Then N=N-M Exit Do Else End If N=N+M S=S+R End If Loop While R <=10 M=M+1 Loop Print M, N

Home Assignment - 5

Programming Questions : Develop programs for the followings : To generate the mirror image of the number entered by the user. To generate the prime numbers between 100 and 700. To Check whether the number entered by the user is a prime number or not. To print first 30 multiples of the number entered by the user. To generate the factorial of the number input by the user.

Home Assignment - 5

To generate the Fibonacci series upto first 15 terms i.e. 0 1 1 2 3 5 8.. To find the sum of all the numbers divisible by 7 from 100 to 200. To check whether the year entered by the user is leap year or not. To find and print the sum of digits of the number entered by the user. To find and print the product of digits of the number accepted from the user.

Assessment Tools

Students will be given Programming problems, output and error finding questions to test whether they understood the various concepts taught through this presentation. Various parameters are used to check the understanding of the concept and its implementation in Programming. All the parameters mention in the next slide have their own importance, so all these parameters needs to be checked by the Teacher teaching Programming.

Assessment Tool
Parameter Logic Effective Efficient Coding Syntax Specify whether Remark Correct/Incorrect Yes/No Yes/No Correct/Incorrect Correct/Incorrect

Following Naming Yes/No Conventions