VS 2008 - IndexOf - User Enters A Letter Into A Text Box, And The Output Must Make The Letter Uppercase
Jun 28, 2010
I am a vb newbie having some trouble with an assignment. A user enters a letter into a text box, and the output must make the letter uppercase and tell what position the letter is at in the sentence "The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog."
Here is my
Private Sub btnSubmit_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnSubmit.Click
This is what comes out: "A first occurs in position -1". Everything comes out except the position is always displayed as -1.
how to Make Uppercase only the first letter and the rest are small.i found a lot of code here but i don't have clear to want i need [code]it work but the cursor is always move before the letter, result are user has difficulties when typing because it always move to before the first
I have a problem, when I execute my code it works fine with non-repeating letters(Such as: qwertyui)But it I do repeating letters, they all go to UpperCase (aaa =AAA)I'll show you what I have/need in output in two colums.[code]
I need to be able to a). convert the first letter in a string to uppercase, or b). convert the whole string to Upper.The program reads a notepad file line by line, and the idea is to modify each line one by one via looping. [code]......
I finally can create a lowercase word like "wife" to uppercase. However, there is now an unseen problem. Instead of only Uppercasing the First Letter of the word like "Wife", it is UPPERCASING the entire word like "WIFE". How to only Uppercase the FIRST LETTER in the searched word?
I'm trying to find a way to have text that would be "Live" as in if a user types an incorrect phrase/letter in a text box, a message will appear prior to a "save" button being pressed. It's pretty much the same as when you're registering on these forums, it checks the availabilty of the username as you type it.
I want to make live search form like when user enter 1 char then it ll find all data start with or contain letter.i have use the sql like query with textbox textchanged event but it is too slow any other method to make it fast?
"I need to create a program that will allow the user to enter in 10 test grades from a class. I need to store these grades into an array, and use a loop to add up the total. Then I'll need to output the average, and the letter grade for the average using:
90 - 100 A 80 - 89 B 70 - 79 C 60 - 69 D
Below 60 F"
That's all it needs to do. Here is some code that shows you that the only thing I know how to do is (allow the user to enter in 10 test grades from a class.) The rest I'm so lost on and have a crappy instructor. This assignment is due tomorrow, but the instructor is not available over the weekend.
Here is my This is all I have:
Dim MyNumbers(9) As Integer Dim Total As Integer Dim i As Integer
NOTE: I tried using concat() method, join method and even tried to insert just text(which turned out editable) but none of them worked as I wanted. I was thinking if substring method will work but I only have basic idea of how substring works. I want the letter "N" to be inserted into the text box when form loads and when the user enters 4digits(OrderNo2.text) which should be joined so that it can be saved together when I clicked on save button.
I'm trying to make each letter a "square" essentially, so each letter is no more tall than it is wide, in vb.net. Is this possible? If so, how? I can't seem to find anything, and I've been searching hard.
I want to make a translator like this: [URL]...I have already made two textboxes and a button. If I type in textbox 1 abc then textbox 2 must say nop. I already know the If textbox1.text = "abc" then textbox2.text = nop. I don't want that i want to translate the a to a n and the b to a o and the c to p. So i want to translate every single letter and make it 1 word. Its like a secret code. My language looks like that a=nb=oc=pd=qe=rf=sg=th=ui=vj=wk=xl=ym=z n=ao=bp=cq=dr=es=ft=gu=hv=iw=jx=ky=l z=m
I have a textbox and I only want people to be able to type in the word "ALL" and the numbers 1-6. How do I go about that? I got the number part but do I have to make a separate line for each letter in the alphabet that isn't "A" or "L"?
Private Sub monthTextBox_KeyPress(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.KeyPressEventArgs) Handles monthTextBox.KeyPress 'If (e.KeyChar <= "1" OrElse e.KeyChar <= "6") Then _ 'AndAlso e.KeyChar = "ALL" Then 'e.Handled = True [Code] .....
I'm trying to make a 'translator' that will simply just swap each letter with each other, (a = b, b = a, c = d, d = c ect.), when the user types something into a textbox. How would I go about making it?
I am trying to make a program that will be an auto-run in a game for me, the movement key is W and when i use SendKeys, it just spams W really fast (but with the KeyUps also) so my character just slowly goes and stops goes and stops. Is there a way I can just hold the W key down through VB.NET (such as just placing your finger on a key and holding it down)?
It is meant to average 15 user-input grades and then from there I have to provide the letter grade that corresponds with the average percent. I understand how to provide the corresponding letter grade, but I don't understand how to get the average. I've tried putting it into arraylist format
I'm using a series of nested if/then/else statements to make sure a user enters information into each text box or chooses a radio button. What would i use to say if no text is entered in textbox1, then ... also what would i use to make a sure the user choose one or the other radio button? for example i also have a combo box, i used "If SubjectComboBox.SelectedIndex <> -1" for the if statement.
I'm trying to make this program that counts the frequency of each letter in the alphabet for a set of ciphertext, the calculation i want to do is:lettersum*(lettersum - 1) + lettersum*(lettersum - 1) for however many letters example: User puts aabbcc in the ciphertext box , the output should be 2(2-1)+2(2-1)+2(2-1) =6 If the user inputs aaaaab the output should be 5(5-1)+1(1-1) = 20 The code I have so far only counts the last number of letters for example: aabbcc only reads the cc part and only outputs 2(2-1) = 2 instead of 2(2-1) + 2(2-1) + 2(2-1) = 6.The code below is part of a button_Click item
Is there any way for a program to look at the text in, for example rtbInput and examine each letter individually as it goes? I mean, if the text in rtbInput is: How do I get the program to look at the text as 5 different strings: "H", "e", "l", "l" and "o"?
In this exmample textData is a string of text and alpha is a single letter a through z or A through Z. I don't need the criteria to be case sensitive, but I do need only the first letter of textData to match alpha. I have tested the LIKE comparator and it does not return all records that begin with alpha.