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1 Description
In the education industry, it is vital to have proper attendance records and keep record the grades of the students.
2 Ideas
Students attempting this question will be made known on the needs of the project from time to time as the need increases

3 Attendance Records
1.User should be able to record the attendance of students.
2.At the fourth absenteeism of a particular student, the system should be able to display: Warning Letter
3.If the student has not been present after the fifth class session, an exam barring letter should be displayed.
Posted 18-Oct-12 4:06am
Updated 18-Oct-12 4:23am
Wes Aday104.2K
Wes Aday 18-Oct-12 10:09am
Sure.... pay attention in class, read your textbook. Did you mean to ask a specific question related to a specific programming problem?
tcchean 18-Oct-12 10:19am
I am not IT student.I am business student but i got Basic Computing this course and the lecturer ask us to do this assignment.He just teach some basic thing and ask us to do this kind of assignment.This project got related to Marcos.
Wes Aday 18-Oct-12 10:22am
So? Open up your textbook to the section about Excel macros and get reading.
tcchean 18-Oct-12 10:30am
I don't have testbook.I just have notes but my notes nothing related to this assignment.My lecturer give the notes is all about basic things.Example what is computer, processor,hardisk,input , output this kind of question.
Richard MacCutchan 18-Oct-12 11:21am
Then talk to your lecturer and explain that you need some guidance on the use of Excel macros.
Marcus Kramer 18-Oct-12 10:35am
Very simple homework assignment. If this is too difficult for you to even make an attempt at then I would suggest you learn the phrase "Would you like fried with that".
tcchean 18-Oct-12 10:43am
i cannot get what you say? If i want to this assignment what i need to know 1st?
joshrduncan2012 18-Oct-12 10:57am
This is not a forum where we supply code for you without seeing any effort as to what you have attempted so far. If you attempt something and have a place where you are stuck, you can show us where you are stuck and then we can try to help you. I strongly suggest reading your book where it talks about Macros so you can get a better understanding what is required of you. Hints will not be supplied here.
tcchean 18-Oct-12 11:00am
ok thanks
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 18-Oct-12 13:02pm
Who told you such a stupid thing that attendance control is vital?

I got education in the university where tracking of attendance was considered indecent by most parties, and attendance was considered free of control, at least de-facto. Students were considered adults who knows that not paying attention at lectures and in classes only steal from themselves. We simply have very hard examinations, and those who were not successful enough for some extended period of time, were expelled without too much sentiment. It really works. When it comes to adult young people, everything else is not real education, just a waste of resources.

Maciej Los 18-Oct-12 14:28pm
In my country i would say: strong words! Is it equal sentence in english?
My virtual 5!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 18-Oct-12 14:55pm
Thank you, Maciej.

By the way, how you spell it in Polish? Most likely, I will be able to recognize the Polish morphemes, because they combine Slavic and/or Germanic etymology, which I partly know from Russian/Ukrainian/English.

Yes, something like that, but not "equal": in English (I'm more familiar with American English; hope knowledgeable native English speakers can confirm it), "strong language" means using offensive, swearing, foul, dirty/vulgar words. I hope this is not what I do. :-)

Please see:

I think this Polish usage is closer to Russian, as people might say "крепко сказано" (told strongly, where "strong" means robustness, "undestructiveness") or even "изрядно сказано" (told in outstanding way, "изрядно" (derived from "out of the row", that is, "outstanding") is very archaic but still used in style).
I hope this is what I do... :-)

Maciej Los 18-Oct-12 15:34pm
Yes, Polish usage is closer to Russian. I know the meaning of sentence "strong language". That's way i asking about correct usage. ;)
So, "told strongly" or "told well" is what i mean.

Thank you, Sergey.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 18-Oct-12 15:50pm
That simply means that your feedback to my post was very positive, as I hoped to understand it. :-)
So, how do you spell it in Polish (please see my edited comment above)?
Thank you very much,
Maciej Los 18-Oct-12 16:05pm
Direct translation:
dobrze powiedziane - хорошо сказано
mocne słowa - сильные слова
Meaning: Perfect answer!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 18-Oct-12 18:21pm
Well, almost all clear:

"Donrze" is добре (Russian dialect, Ukranian used only as communion ("agree, deal"), not adj, more neutral is "добрый" (good, including the sense of "good quality")).

"Mocne" is "мощный", "мощные" (powerful); "słowa" is literally the same, слова (words).

"Powiedziane" is less obvious. Maybe "wiedz" is something derivative from our common root, something like "весть" ("message", in higher or older style); we also have related root "веж..." (being aware of), "вежливый" (polite, as in Russian "polite" is derived from "aware of", that is, not ignorant, knowing how to deal with people properly, while Western "polite" is related to being a citizen: "politia", "police" => "politics"). Here I'm less sure; how do you think, do you see such relationships?

Nice exercise anyway, I really like such things.
Thank you very much.


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