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Create a program that can let the user to type their raw score and display its equivalent and percentage in visual basic 6.

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In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

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Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

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Find the percent bottom on the casio fx9860gii


[OPTN][LIST] scroll right till you find %.
It is used inside programs and works on lists.
Create a list of data and type it in under STAT


2_2_2013_10_57_12_pm.jpg
Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).
In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.
The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

2_2_2013_11_00_36_pm.jpg
Press the EXE
The calculator displays a list with the same dimension as List 1. Each element represent the % of the corresponding element of list 1 with respect to the total of the list L1.
In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

2_2_2013_11_04_55_pm.jpg
Maybe that does not answer your question but really converting a decimal to a percent value or a percentage into a decimal is a rather trivail matter. Just move the decimal mark (if there is none put one at the end of the number) two places to the left to get the decimal equivalent or two places to the right to get the percent equivalent of a decimal number.

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[OPTN][LIST] scroll right till you find %.
It is used inside programs and works on lists.
Create a list of data and type it in under STAT


2_2_2013_10_57_12_pm.jpg
Close the list editor (Press Menu to go to Run>Mat).
In Run>Mat Press OPTN>List>F6..>%.
The word Percent is displayed. Enter the name List (OPTN>List) then the list number (1-6). This is what you see (without the owrd Done).

2_2_2013_11_00_36_pm.jpg
Press the EXE
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In fact it calculates the relative frequency of each element.

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I just want to know how to do projects in VB


creating a visual basic project changes very much from version to version but ithnk you are a starter you can start with visual basic 6 bus still you need a basic knowlage of what you are going to do before creating the project
try this link and download your book it will give a good start
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