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C# Basic Calculator

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Submitted on: 8/22/2016 5:49:26 PM
By: Dave Bowlin 
Level: Beginner
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Compatibility: C#
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     C# basic math calculator. My first try at C# programming. Pretty basic, but nice for beginners to learn from this code.

 
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3/23/2019 4:50:24 AMTrent Jackson

Have you since realized the OOP side of C# and use arrays for the buttons? It seems that the IDE WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get) -- GUI editor has no provision for control arrays of objects like buttons, check boxes etc... Wondering if I should code in notepad like when I did Java. Disappointing that I cannot simply use the mouse to whack a bunch of buttons on an form in an array like in VB6.
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3/23/2019 8:46:57 AMTrent Jackson

This is an great STRAIGHT forward example though on how to make an calculator in C#. Perhaps throw in a couple of for loops and it will contain mandatory minimal memorizing of C syntax for program control / flow. You are using the switch statement. I love switch.
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3/23/2019 12:03:06 PMDave Bowlin

Thank you! That was my very first attempt at C#, and I have since been using control and arrays for controls. In my latest sub (external DB), I use it to clear all the text boxes.
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