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Loop Continue ISYS 350
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Straight Line Depreciation Table
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dataGridView Control Properties ColumnCount: specify the number of columns dataGridView1.ColumnCount = 4; Columns collection each column is identified by an index Each column has a HeaderText property: Ex. dataGridView1.Columns[0].HeaderText = "Year"; Rows collection Clear all rows: dataGridView1.Rows.Clear(); each row is identified by an index Adding a blank row: dataGridView1.Rows.Add(); Each Row has a Cells collection Each cell is identified by an index Has a value property: dataGridView1.Rows[year - 1].Cells[0].Value = year;
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Future Value Table FV = PV * (1 +Rate) Year
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Code Example dataGridView1.ColumnCount = 2; dataGridView1.Columns[0].HeaderText = "Year"; dataGridView1.Columns[1].HeaderText = "Future Value"; double pv, rate, lastYear, fv; pv = double.Parse(textBox1.Text); rate = double.Parse(textBox2.Text); lastYear = double.Parse(textBox3.Text); dataGridView1.Rows.Clear(); for (int year = 1; year <= lastYear; year++) { dataGridView1.Rows.Add(); fv = pv * Math.Pow(1 + rate, year); dataGridView1.Rows[year - 1].Cells[0].Value = year; dataGridView1.Rows[year - 1].Cells[1].Value = fv.ToString("c"); }
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Depreciation Table Code Example dataGridView1.ColumnCount = 4; dataGridView1.Columns[0].HeaderText = "Year"; dataGridView1.Columns[1].HeaderText = "Value at Begining of Year"; dataGridView1.Columns[2].HeaderText = "Depreciation During Year"; dataGridView1.Columns[3].HeaderText = "Total depreciation to End of Year"; double value, life, depreciation, totalDepreciation=0; value = double.Parse(textBox1.Text); life = double.Parse(textBox2.Text); depreciation = value / life; dataGridView1.Rows.Clear(); for (int year = 1; year <= life; year++) { dataGridView1.Rows.Add(); dataGridView1.Rows[year - 1].Cells[0].Value = year; dataGridView1.Rows[year - 1].Cells[1].Value = value.ToString("c"); dataGridView1.Rows[year-1].Cells[2].Value = depreciation.ToString("c");
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