Alright I am a bit new to ASP.net. In college for it actually and we were assigned to do some sort of calculator. So I created one to determine a football players salary.
Three input Boxes:
txtTotSalary(Total Salary over length of contract)
txtTotBonus(Signing Bonus given upfront)
txtContract(Length in years of given contract)
Now three Output Boxes:
divBonusPer(Bonus Per year)
divBasePer(Base Salary Per Year)
divCapPer(Cap Salary Per year)
Now all I want to do for now is when the App is launched, enter a number in the Total Salary Box and Total Bonus box. But the problem is when we are dealing with millions of dollars since we are using football players salaries, I need to use the format function. I already have my three output boxes formatted correctly, but am not sure how to do the input boxes.
This is what I have already:
Protected Sub btnCalc_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnCalc.Click
Dim intTotBonus As Int32
Dim intContract As Int32
Dim intTotSalary As Int32
intTotSalary = System.Convert.ToInt32(txtTotSalary.Text)
intTotBonus = System.Convert.ToInt32(txtTotBonus.Text)
intContract = System.Convert.ToInt32(txtContract.Text)
divBonusPer.InnerHtml = Format(intTotBonus / intContract, "Standard")
divBasePer.InnerHtml = Format(intTotSalary / intContract, "Standard")
'Still need to do divCapPer
Now where it says start here till end here is the problem. I assigned my input values as INT32. How do I format these input boxes to the "Standard" format such as "60,000,000.00" I need to do this because when you enter "6000000000" its hard to look at it and know how many 0's you have.