Volume

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  1. John B

    John B Banned

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    I am using VB 2005 to create an application to calculate volume of a box, cone, cylinder, and a sphere. I will be using length, width, height, and radius, I need a little help writing the code. Did I mention that I'm a newbie to VB?
     
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    Your question did suggest that but its just a simple mathematical expression that needs to be written.
     
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