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Update: Decimal Numbers Practice

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Submitted on: 8/6/2017 7:57:33 AM
By: Eddie Bole 
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
Views: 656
 
     Now Updated: Two vertically aligned decimal numbers are created randomly. You can select either ADDITION or SUBTRACTION, with a text appearing if you have the correct answer. Now has number ranges to select from using the horizontal scroller. I filtered the key presses so that only certain characters are allowed. I included a listbox to list the questions completed. When typing the answer you may find it a bit hard to work backwards. All answers are to 2 decimal places, so an answer like 32.5 needs to be typed as 32.50 There is a simple "Cheat mode" that I used for testing, but I'm not telling (I don't want you to cheat). There is also a minor a bug when subtracting and typing a negative answer (i still need to fix that). Be happy. Enjoy.

 
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8/7/2017 5:05:25 AMsal

Hi bro!
I see your code and I think you can help me, hope.
Now have 6 textbox:
Tbox2012=76
Tbox2013=0
Tbox2014=5
Tbox2015=11
Tbox2016=7
Tbox 2017=21

Possible
to estimate the projection/tendence of year 2018?
In effect in all tbox are the value of sales for each last six years.
Tks in advances.
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