You can create a prime number tester in VB6 easily. This program can test whether a number entered by the user is a prime number or not.
A prime number is a number that cannot be divided by other numbers other than by itself. Examples are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13,17,19, 23,29, 31, 37 and more. – See more at: http://www.vbtutor.net/VB_Sample/Prime.htm#sthash.AmIybwCv.dpuf
You can create many practical Visual Basic applications in solving secondary school mathematics. Among them is simultaneous equations. You can create Visual Basic applications to solve linear simultaneous equations and non-linear simultaneous equations. Simultaneous equations are equations that involves two or more unknown variables. There must be as many equations as the number of unknown variables in order for us to solve the problem.
We have written two simultaneous equations solver using Visual Basic 6, one is linear and the other one is non-linear. learn more by following the links below:
What is an array? An array is a group of variables of the same data type. In Visual Basic 2015, when we work with a single item, we only need to use one variable. However, if we have a list of items which are of similar type to deal with, we need to declare an array of variables instead of using a variable for each item.
In Visual Basic 2015 programming, we have to deal with all kinds of data. The data could be numbers, strings, time, currency and more. How do we store data then? In Visual Basic 2015, data can be stored as variables or as constants. Variables are like mail boxes in the post office. The content of the variable changes every now and then, just like the mail boxes. In Visual Basic 2015, variables are created in the specific areas allocated by the computer memory to store data.
In Visual Basic 2015 programming, we need to deal with all sorts of of data, some of them can be mathematically calculated while some are in the form of text or other non-numeric forms. Data can be stored as variables, constants or arrays. The values of data stored as variables always change, just like the contents of a mail box or the storage bin while the value of a constant remains the same throughout.