Selec Case structure

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After the execution of the Select Case structure in Figure 5-96, what value will be found in the text property of lblFemaleHeight if the user enters the number 74 into the txtEnterHeight text box? If the number 81 is entered? If the number 59 is entered?

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  • TomLiotta
    Umm... 5'2"? 5'6" and ¾? 6' even? I see no way even to make a good guess. Can you explain what you are asking about? (It looks like an academic assignment.) -- Tom
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  • philpl1jb
    Did you read chapter 5? Answers are "Tall" and Remarkable Uninspired. Do you want me to do the rest of your homework?
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  • ToddN2000
    Select Case structure in Figure 5-96 ??? What figure??? What book?? Sounds like you need to go back and check out the chapter again. Without seeing the code we can do little to help. Help being the key word. We wont do your homework but will help with a problem. Sound like a simple conversion of total inches into a feet and inches result.
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  • philpl1jb
    Todd Google his question and you'll find it in: Microsoft Visual Basic 2010: For Windows, Web, Office, and Database ... By Gary B. Shelly, Corinne Hoisington Chapter 5, page 363.
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