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How would I multiply the values in 4 textboxes and show the answer in a 5th textbox? The user would input the values and, upon button press, the answer would show in a 5th textbox.
For example:

[In textbox1]: 300000
[In textbox2]: 10
[In textbox3]: 20
[In textbox4]: 0.18
[[[MULTIPLY]]]
[In textbox5]: ANSWER

Thanks a lot in advance!

What I have tried:

I've tried it with all of the values in a single textbox (so basically just a calculator), but I have no clue how to do it like this :(
I've tried looking online but it didn't show anything too relevant to my problem.
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Updated 27-Oct-17 21:07pm
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Graeme_Grant 27-Oct-17 21:24pm    
We can't see your screen from here... Where is the code that you have written so far?

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Karthik_Mahalingam 28-Oct-17 5:37am    
win or web ?
show the code.

1 solution

The principle is exactly the same:
1) Read a value from a text box.
2) Use Int.TryParse or Double.TryParse to convert it to the appropriate number format.
3) Multiply a total by it.
4) Move on for next TextBox.
5) When all four are processed, use ToString to convert the total back to a string, and display it in the fifth TextBox.

Provided you start your total with 1, it will work.
 
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