# vb.net coding help with sub procedures

Started by
diamond5
, Oct 05 2006 01:22 PM

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#1
Posted 05 October 2006 - 01:22 PM

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#2
Posted 06 October 2006 - 01:33 AM

Math Functions

Function | Description

Abs | Returns the absolute value of a specified number

Atn | Returns the arctangent of a specified number

Cos | Returns the cosine of a specified number (angle)

Exp | Returns e raised to a power

Hex | Returns the hexadecimal value of a specified number

Int | Returns the integer part of a specified number

Fix | Returns the integer part of a specified number

Log | Returns the natural logarithm of a specified number

Oct | Returns the octal value of a specified number

Rnd | Returns a random number less than 1 but greater or equal to 0

Sgn | Returns an integer that indicates the sign of a specified number

Sin | Returns the sine of a specified number (angle)

Sqr | Returns the square root of a specified number

Tan | Returns the tangent of a specified number (angle)

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Operator | English | Example | Result

+ | Add | 8+7 | 15

- | Subtract | 11-10 | 1

* | Multiply | 7*8 | 56

/ | Divide | 8/2 | 4

^ | Exponent | 2^4 | 16

Mod | Modulus | 15 Mod 10 | 5

Function | Description

Abs | Returns the absolute value of a specified number

Atn | Returns the arctangent of a specified number

Cos | Returns the cosine of a specified number (angle)

Exp | Returns e raised to a power

Hex | Returns the hexadecimal value of a specified number

Int | Returns the integer part of a specified number

Fix | Returns the integer part of a specified number

Log | Returns the natural logarithm of a specified number

Oct | Returns the octal value of a specified number

Rnd | Returns a random number less than 1 but greater or equal to 0

Sgn | Returns an integer that indicates the sign of a specified number

Sin | Returns the sine of a specified number (angle)

Sqr | Returns the square root of a specified number

Tan | Returns the tangent of a specified number (angle)

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Operator | English | Example | Result

+ | Add | 8+7 | 15

- | Subtract | 11-10 | 1

* | Multiply | 7*8 | 56

/ | Divide | 8/2 | 4

^ | Exponent | 2^4 | 16

Mod | Modulus | 15 Mod 10 | 5

**Edited by IO-error, 06 October 2006 - 01:34 AM.**

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#3
Posted 06 October 2006 - 12:52 PM

I am not sure how to do the code,for this type of program.

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#4
Posted 09 October 2006 - 12:47 AM

Then your not really writing a program, your just waiting till others script it for you...

I have no idea how it's written either, but if I have to do a calculation, first that comes is the number, then the calculation symbols, then another number to calculate with.

ex.: 1+1

+ | Add | 8+7

- | Subtract | 11-10

* | Multiply | 7*8

/ | Divide | 8/2

^ | Exponent | 2^4

Mod | Modulus | 15 Mod 10

Get it now?

I have no idea how it's written either, but if I have to do a calculation, first that comes is the number, then the calculation symbols, then another number to calculate with.

ex.: 1+1

+ | Add | 8+7

- | Subtract | 11-10

* | Multiply | 7*8

/ | Divide | 8/2

^ | Exponent | 2^4

Mod | Modulus | 15 Mod 10

Get it now?

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#5
Posted 11 October 2006 - 02:18 PM

I have no idea what's the second thing you are asking for, but maybe you can explain that later. With the sub procedure, just create one and allow it to accept two variables, something like, Var1 and Var2. Call the procedure something like... er... Exponent?

Add a line: Exponent = Var1^Var2

And voila, call the procedure and you should get the answer. Sorry, is this answering your problem?

Add a line: Exponent = Var1^Var2

And voila, call the procedure and you should get the answer. Sorry, is this answering your problem?

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