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 Problem solving The act of finding a solution to a perplexing, distressing, vexing, or unsettled question Problem Solving Strategy Analyze - Define and understand the problem Design Algorithm “actions in order” or “step by step” Flowchart Rectangle- Action Diamond-Decision Difference between text box and masked text box A masked text box allows you to control what the user enters Input Textbox InputBox File Others Process Variables Calculations Built-in functions Other Output Label Textbox Listbox Picturebox CDbl (txtBox.Text) converts from string to numeric value CInt (txtBox.Text) converts from string to an integer value CStr (dblVarName) converts from numeric value to string Integer whole number from -2,147,483, 648 to 2,147,483,647 [231-1] (big) Single floating point number (half of huge) Double floating point number from -1.8*10308 to 1.8*10308 (Huge) Byte Whole number from 0 - 255 Boolean Values of true or false String from 0 to approx 2 billion characters Date values from January 1, 100 to December 31, 9999; clock time from 0:00:00 to 23:59:59 Dim Declare variable keyword Weird rounding 2.5 the integer becomes 2.0 Input box Variable = InputBox(“prompt”, [“title”], [“default value”], [xposition], [yposition] Code for checkbox If chkTex.Checked = True Then ‘Statement or statements inside End if With event-driven programs, the program dictates the order of program execution_not the user. Instead of the user "driving" the program, the program "drives" the user. False The solution to any problem involves performing a series of actions in a specific order Pseudocode is a structured programming language False Which of the following is NOT considered to be one of the three basic operations of a computer? Erase A folder is the same as a directory. True he variables firstName and firstNAME are identical. (T/F) True What is the filespec for a file named Senate.txt contained in a folder InfoUSA where that folder is a subfolder of the root directory on a USB drive in Drive F? F:/InfoUSA/Senate.txt A user action such as clicking a button is called an event Assume that Num is declared as an integer. What is the value of the following calculation? Num = ( ( 10 - 4 * 2 ) \ 2 + ( 13 - 2 * 5 ) ) ^ 2 16 Declarations of variables can appear almost anywhere in the body of an event procedure. True The variables number and NuMbEr are identical in Visual Basic. True Pseudocode is a structured programming language False What is the value of Int(8.9)? 8 Assume that x, y, and temp are Integer variables. Which of the following lines of code swaps the values of x and y? temp = x x = y y = temp What will be the contents of the variable x after the following statement is executed? x = Math.Sqrt(((9 + 7) / (4 * 2)) + 2) 2 In cases of nested or embedded parentheses, the operators in the outermost pair of parentheses are applied first. False Whenever a value is placed in a memory location, the value replaces the previous value in that location. The process of storing a value in a memory location is known as destructive read-in. True The property that determines what text is display in the Label object on the form is Text