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2011 Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma Kachchh University B.C.A. Computer Application Practice paper for visual basic Question paper



Course: B.C.A. Computer Application   University/board: Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma Kachchh University

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1. What are objects and properties? How are they related to each other?
2. What are the three steps for planning and creating Visual Basic projects?
Describe what happens in each step.
3. What is the purpose of these Visual Basic file types: .sln, .suo, and .vb?
4. When is Visual Basic in design time? run time? debug time?
5. What is the purpose of the Name property of a control?
6. Which property determines what appears on the form for a Label control?
7. What is the purpose of the Text property of a button? the Text property of
a form?
8. What does PushButton_Click mean? To what does PushButton refer? To
what does Click refer?
9. What is a Visual Basic event? Give some examples of events.
10. What property must be set to center text in a label? What should be the
value of the property?
11. What is the Declarations section of a file? What belongs there?
12. What is meant by the term debugging?
13. What is a syntax error, when does it occur, and what might cause it?
14. What is a run-time error, when does it occur, and what might cause it?
15. What is a logic error, when does it occur, and what might cause it?
16. Tell the class of control and the likely purpose of each of these object
names:
AddressLabel
ExitButton
NameTextBox
TextBlueRadioButton
17. What does context-sensitive Help mean? How can you use it to see the
Help page for a button?
P r o g r a m m i n g E x e r c i s e s
1.1 For your first Visual Basic exercise, you must first complete the Hello
World project. Then add buttons and event procedures to display the
"Hello World" message in two more languages. You may substitute any
other languages for those shown. Feel free to modify the user interface to
suit yourself (or your instructor).
Make sure to use meaningful names for your new buttons, following the
naming conventions in Table 1.2. Include remarks at the top of every procedure
and at the top of the file.
"Hello World" in French: Bonjour tout le monde
"Hello World" in Italian: Ciao Mondo
1.2 Write a new Visual Basic project that displays a different greeting, or
make it display the name of your school or your company. Include at least
three buttons to display the greeting, print, and exit the project.
Include a label that holds your name at the bottom of the form and
change the Text property of the form to something meaningful.
C H A P T E R 1 63
Follow good naming conventions for object names include remarks at
the top of every procedure and at the top of the file.
Select a different font name and font size for the greeting label. If you
wish, you also can select a different color for the font. Select each font attribute
from the Font dialog box from the Properties window.
1.3 Write a project that displays four sayings, such as "The early bird gets the
worm" or "A penny saved is a penny earned." (You will want to keep the
sayings short, as each must be entered on one line.) When the saying displays
on your form, long lines will run off the form if the labels AutoSize
property is set to True. To wrap text within the label, change the AutoSize
property to False and use the sizing handles to make the label large enough.
Make a button for each saying with a descriptive Text property for
each, a button to print, and a button to exit the project.
Include a label that holds your name at the bottom of the form. Also,
make sure to change the forms title bar to something meaningful.
You may change the Font properties of the large label to the font and
size of your choice.
Make sure the buttons are large enough to hold their entire Text
properties.
Follow good naming conventions for object names include remarks at
the top of every procedure and at the top of the file.
1.4 Write a project to display company contact information. Include buttons
and labels for the contact person, department, and phone. When the user
clicks on one of the buttons, display the contact information in the corresponding
label. Include a button to print and another to exit.
Include a label that holds your name at the bottom of the form and
change the title bar of the form to something meaningful.
You may change the Font properties of the labels to the font and size of
your choice.
Follow good naming conventions for object names include remarks at
the top of every procedure and at the top of the file.
1.5 Create a project to display the daily specials for "your" diner. Make up a
name for your diner and display it in a label at the top of the form. Add a
label to display the appropriate special depending on the button that is
pressed. The buttons should be
• Soup of the Day
• Chefs Special
• Daily Fish
1. What are objects and properties? How are they related to each other?
2. What are the three steps for planning and creating Visual Basic projects?
Describe what happens in each step.
3. What is the purpose of these Visual Basic file types: .sln, .suo, and .vb?
4. When is Visual Basic in design time? run time? debug time?
5. What is the purpose of the Name property of a control?
6. Which property determines what appears on the form for a Label control?
7. What is the purpose of the Text property of a button? the Text property of
a form?
8. What does PushButton_Click mean? To what does PushButton refer? To
what does Click refer?
9. What is a Visual Basic event? Give some examples of events.
10. What property must be set to center text in a label? What should be the
value of the property?
11. What is the Declarations section of a file? What belongs there?
12. What is meant by the term debugging?
13. What is a syntax error, when does it occur, and what might cause it?
14. What is a run-time error, when does it occur, and what might cause it?
15. What is a logic error, when does it occur, and what might cause it?
16. Tell the class of control and the likely purpose of each of these object
names:
AddressLabel
ExitButton
NameTextBox
TextBlueRadioButton
17. What does context-sensitive Help mean? How can you use it to see the
Help page for a button?
P r o g r a m m i n g E x e r c i s e s
1.1 For your first Visual Basic exercise, you must first complete the Hello
World project. Then add buttons and event procedures to display the
"Hello World" message in two more languages. You may substitute any
other languages for those shown. Feel free to modify the user interface to
suit yourself (or your instructor).
Make sure to use meaningful names for your new buttons, following the
naming conventions in Table 1.2. Include remarks at the top of every procedure
and at the top of the file.
"Hello World" in French: Bonjour tout le monde
"Hello World" in Italian: Ciao Mondo
1.2 Write a new Visual Basic project that displays a different greeting, or
make it display the name of your school or your company. Include at least
three buttons to display the greeting, print, and exit the project.
Include a label that holds your name at the bottom of the form and
change the Text property of the form to something meaningful.
C H A P T E R 1 63
Follow good naming conventions for object names include remarks at
the top of every procedure and at the top of the file.
Select a different font name and font size for the greeting label. If you
wish, you also can select a different color for the font. Select each font attribute
from the Font dialog box from the Properties window.
1.3 Write a project that displays four sayings, such as "The early bird gets the
worm" or "A penny saved is a penny earned." (You will want to keep the
sayings short, as each must be entered on one line.) When the saying displays
on your form, long lines will run off the form if the labels AutoSize
property is set to True. To wrap text within the label, change the AutoSize
property to False and use the sizing handles to make the label large enough.
Make a button for each saying with a descriptive Text property for
each, a button to print, and a button to exit the project.
Include a label that holds your name at the bottom of the form. Also,
make sure to change the forms title bar to something meaningful.
You may change the Font properties of the large label to the font and
size of your choice.
Make sure the buttons are large enough to hold their entire Text
properties.
Follow good naming conventions for object names include remarks at
the top of every procedure and at the top of the file.
1.4 Write a project to display company contact information. Include buttons
and labels for the contact person, department, and phone. When the user
clicks on one of the buttons, display the contact information in the corresponding
label. Include a button to print and another to exit.
Include a label that holds your name at the bottom of the form and
change the title bar of the form to something meaningful.
You may change the Font properties of the labels to the font and size of
your choice.
Follow good naming conventions for object names include remarks at
the top of every procedure and at the top of the file.
1.5 Create a project to display the daily specials for "your" diner. Make up a
name for your diner and display it in a label at the top of the form. Add a
label to display the appropriate special depending on the button that is
pressed. The buttons should be
• Soup of the Day
• Chefs Special
• Daily Fish
Also include a Print button and an Exit button.
Sample Data: Dorothys Diner is offering Tortilla Soup, a California
Cobb Salad, and Hazelnut-Coated Mahi Mahi.



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