This program takes a number of pennies and converts it to dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies, here is the code that I wrote. The problem is, for some reason it always throws in a nickel when it computes the change for any amount that has a penny in it. Any ideas as to why? example if you give it 346 pennies will return: 3 Dollars 1 Quarter 2 Dimes 1 Nickel <<<there's the problem 1 Penny Code: Private Sub btnCalculateChange_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnCalculateChange.Click txtNumOfPennies = Convert.ToInt32(Me.txtNumOfPennies.Text) Me.txtDollar.Text = Int((txtNumOfPennies.Text) / 100) Me.txtQuarter.Text = Int(((txtNumOfPennies.Text) Mod 100) / 25) Me.txtDime.Text = Int((((txtNumOfPennies.Text) Mod 100) Mod 25) / 10) Me.txtNickel.Text = Int((((txtNumOfPennies.Text) Mod 100) Mod 25) Mod 10 / 5) Me.txtPenny.Text = Int(((((txtNumOfPennies.Text) Mod 100) Mod 25) Mod 10) Mod 5)

Hi, and Welcome to G4EF ! You have a flaw in the code. You miss a pair of brackets. Look at this line : Code: Me.txtNickel.Text = Int((((txtNumOfPennies.Text) Mod 100) Mod 25) Mod 10 / 5) As the division operator '/' has higher priority than Mod, The above code simplifies to : Code: Me.txtNickel.Text = Int((((txtNumOfPennies.Text) Mod 100) Mod 25) Mod 2) What you noticed : is correct. 1 Mod 2 = 1 Mod 5 = 1 So to correct the problem, just change the above line to : Code: Me.txtNickel.Text = Int(((((txtNumOfPennies.Text) Mod 100) Mod 25) Mod 10) / 5)