Requirements:

  • Create a form as shown: Ensure your student Id is displayed.
  • Your form must use different colours, fonts, images etc.
  • Your student numbers must appear in the Text Title of the Form.

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Coding Requirements

Ensure that all variables, procedures and functions are well named. Excessive use of class variables will be penalised. You must use the methods names described below. Ensure that you code contains appropriate comments. Code that is not correctly commented will require resubmitting. The top of the code in you form must include comments showing:

  • Student Name
  • Student Id
  • Tutor Name
  • Lab time

Explanation of Buttons:

When the user clicks the Set Default Scores button:

  • Call a Sub Procedure named Reset()
  • Call a Sub Procedure named AddDefaultScores()
  • Add the following values to the Scores listbox: 6,5,7,8,9,7,7,9

When the user clicks the Clear Scores button:

  • Call a Sub Procedure named Reset()

When the user clicks the Add Score button:

  • Call a Sub Procedure named AddOneScore()

When the user clicks the Add Random Score button:

  • Call a Sub Procedure named AddRandomScores()

When the user clicks the Show Statistics button:

  • Call a Sub Procedure named ShowStats()

Description of Methods Functions and Sub Procedures

Reset()

  • Method Type Sub Procedure
  • Parameters None
  • Description
    • Clear contents of Scores Listbox and Statistics Output Label
    • Displays a message box with the message “All scores have been reset”
  • Return Type None

AddDefaultScores()

  • Method Type Sub Procedure
  • Parameters None
  • Description Add these values to the Scores Listbox: 6,5,7,8,9,7,7,9
  • Return Type None

AddOneScore( )

  • Method Type Sub Procedure
  • Parameters None
  • Description
    • Uses an InputBox to asks the user for the score that should be added.
    • Validate that the score is numeric and in the range 0 - 10
    • Add the score to the Scores Listbox:
  • Return Type None

AddRandomScores()

  • Method Type Sub Procedure
  • Parameters None
  • Description
    • Uses an InputBox to asks the user how many randomly generated numbers that should be added.
    • Add the required number of randomly generated number in the range 0-10 to the Scores Listbox:
  • Return Type None

DisplayOutput()

  • Method Type Sub Procedure
  • Parameters One String, one Boolean
  • Description
    • Displays the content of the String in the Statistics Output Label (SOL)
    • Appends the String to the existing content of the SOL if Boolean is TRUE, overwrites the existing content if the Boolean is FALSE.
  • Return Type None

ShowStats()

  • Method Type Sub Procedure
  • Parameters None
  • Description
    • Calls CountScores(), then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls SumScores(), then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls AvgScore(), then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls CountScoresBelowAverage(), then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls CountScoresAboveOrEqualToAvg(), then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls GetLowestScore(), then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls CountMatchingScore(), passes it the Lowest Score and then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls GetHighestScore(), then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls CountMatchingScore(), passes it the Highest Score and then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls CountMatchingScore(), passes it the value in the Textbox and then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Calls CalcSpread(), passes it the Lowest Score & Highest Score and then displays the return value using DisplayOutput().
    • Displays the number of times each value in the range 1-10 appears in the Number Listbox using DisplayOutput()
  • Return Type None

CountScores ()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters None
  • Description Returns the Count of numbers Scores Listbox:
  • Return Type Integer

SumScores ()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters None
  • Description Returns the sum of all numbers Scores Listbox:
  • Return Type Integer

AvgScore()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters None
  • Description
    • Calls CountScores
    • If the return value is zero, then AvgScore must return 0.
    • Otherwise, you must call SumScores() and CountScores() and then calculate the average. Use the Math.Round built-in function to round off the answer to 2 decimal places and then return that value
  • Return Type Decimal

CountScoresAboveOrEqualToAvg()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters None
  • Description Calls AvgScore(). Returns the number of scores in the Scores Listbox greater than the average
  • Return Type Integer

CountScoresBelowAvg()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters None
  • Description Calls AvgScore(). Returns the number of scores in the Scores Listbox less than the average
  • Return Type Integer

GetLowestScore()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters None
  • Description Returns the lowest values found in the Scores Listbox
  • Return Type Integer

GetHighestScore()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters None
  • Description Returns the highest values found in the Scores
  • Return Type Integer

CountMatchingScore()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters An Integer
  • Description Calculates and Returns the number of scores in the Scores Listbox that match the parameter value
  • Return Type Integer

CalcSpread()

  • Method Type Function
  • Parameters Two integers.
  • Description
    • Subtracts the first parameter value from the second parameter value.
    • If the result is 0 then return "Spread is Zero"
    • If the result is <7 then return "Spread is small"
    • Otherwise return "Spread is large"
  • Return Type String

Performance expectation:

Your application is required to be able to produce the statistics on 10,000 scores in less than four seconds. If your application is slower than this requirement discuss your code design with your tutor.

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