Originally Posted by FordGT90Concept
I did just the Pizza one for you but a lot of the stuff I added can be reused for the other parts...
This is coded in Visual Studio 2008 by the way so you'll probably have to add the VB files to your project. I doubt it whatever version you're using can open the solution/project files.
Try to avoid using MessageBox very often. It annoys the user. In the example, I changed it to a ToolTip which displays details of the error by hovering over the errored object.
Also, there is no need for a "Close/Exit" button unless you explicitly remove the "X" in the corner for whatever reason. Instinctively, people gravitate towards the "X" anyway because that's how you close 99% of applications in Windows.
Is this for a class or a business?
Thanks for your reply. This is a class work where we are just practising programming skills by researching and using the scenarios.
Here is the program I have tried to create by using your technique.
I can't seem to apply it to all of it. How should the correct code be like?
This is quite an intriguing way to program.