Visual Basics 2008
posted by Lee on .
This is a from chapter 3 #82. the problem is:
Write a program to calculate the amount of a server's tip given the amount of the bill and the percentage tip obtained via imput dialog boxes. The output should be a complete sentence that reiterates the inputs and gives the resulting tip, as shown in example ("A 15% tip on $20.00 is $3.00") I am including a copy of the program I've created so far. It's not displaying the above information.
Public Class frmTip
Private Sub btnEnter_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnEnter.Click
Dim billAmount As Double
Dim percent, tip As Double
billAmount = CDbl(InputBox("Amount of Bill"))
percent = CDbl(InputBox("Amount of Tip"))
tip = billAmount * percent / 100
txtOutput.Text = CDbl(Math.Round(tip, 2))
txtOutput.Text = "A percent tip on bill is tip"
I'm not sure what I'm suppose to include. HELP!!
This problem actually turned you into a woman named Stacy. You might want to check my response in that question a few lines above this question. :-)