Create Your Own Calculator Tutorial Part 1 – C Sharp Visual Studio 2008

18 04 2011

This is part 1 of my second tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to create your very own calculator similar to the windows calculator. Not only will you make a useful program but learn a lot of things that C# can do. Download Link: Part 1: bit.ly Part 2: bit.ly WEBSITE: http://www.Quack-Ware.com FORUM http://www.Quack-Ware.com SUBSCRIBE TO MY VIDEOS
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18 04 2011
WeezyIsMusic

i have a project for tomorrow, to submit a simple calculator, ive done the coding but i dont know how to make it loop like after ive done it will ask if i like to continue . . . mine just exit! plus i need flow chart for my coding . .. . .. . help😦

18 04 2011
TheMrTrapatony

just a little tip , when you need to add something to a (i’m not sure how it called , like int or textBox1.text in this example ) instead of writing it twice (textbox = textbox +)
just write += it is the same and it sortens your work [ textbox.text += (“1”) ; ]

18 04 2011
drakonimetal

0:01

18 04 2011
player0pokemon0vince

finally a NON console tutorial

18 04 2011
InfoSysSenior

I’m sick of commercials

18 04 2011
adiosundfeuerfrei

you could easily say tbxText.AppendText(string)

18 04 2011
raheelbutt92

Can you please tell me the code for backspace button?

18 04 2011
raheelbutt92

Thanks a lot man! it helps me greatly.

18 04 2011
3DSClep15

dude – you sound like you’r sleeping xD

18 04 2011
FreakiestGolf

@QuackWare How do you do a clear button? Your video stopped loading and I need to know lol.

18 04 2011
QuackWare

@navjot1331

For sin, cos, tan there are built in C# functions, Math.Sin() Math.Cos() Math.Tan()

For the multilines you would have to mess around with the textbox properties, I don’t know how to do this off the top of my head.

18 04 2011
navjot1331

hey what if i wanna add a sin ,cos, tan etc. to my calculator
and also want a textbox to be multiline upper line shows the expression and lower line shows current value that is inputtted…..

19 04 2011
navjot1331

@ivoivo001

19 04 2011
nawazsucks

HOW TO USE THE CONTAINS AND REMOVE ADD FUNCTIONS IN VISUAL C++

19 04 2011
cunaaye00

dude sounds sleepy🙂

19 04 2011
MRA0000000000Z

i hate BOOL DX

19 04 2011
lol9392

i love your vids!!!! keep on going:)

19 04 2011
martinfmadsen

hello and ty for upload, but i just wanna know if this works in 2010 too🙂 since thats what we are working with in school🙂

19 04 2011
JonaasK

why not textbox1.text += “1”;?

19 04 2011
dying2l

So textbox1 is a char array and its automatically adding each character number to the next element?

19 04 2011
dying2l

sings: peak kia car diarrhea!

19 04 2011
littlemcnuggster

I’m having problems with my equals button. “It says ‘Decimal ‘ is a type and cannot be use as an expression.” I tried a few thing (I have no idea what I did) and I got it to come up as true or false but I changed it back. I’m confused about what goes after the ‘Decimal’ and if I have to ‘Dim’ “dec” or something. Any ideas on how yo fix it?

19 04 2011
AndrewHoughtonTV

can someone help me? everytime I enter the code for “1” a debugger pops up and it crashes my program, making me have to restart. How do i fix it?? its bugging the shit out of me!

19 04 2011
TryNotTooBLiNK

@TryNotTooBLiNK Nevermind, i started over and did all of your steps exactly how you do em andim done with my calculator!😀 THANKS

19 04 2011
TryNotTooBLiNK

@TryNotTooBLiNK okay it isnt working T_T




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