Foreclosure BC Part 1 Vancouver mortgage broker Mark Fidgett & lawyer Tony Spagnuolo

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Part 1 . Mark Fidgett, a mortgage broker in Vancouver Canada and Tony spagnuolo from explain the foreclosure process in BC
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This is part 1 of my second tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to create your very own calculator similar to the windows calculator. Not only will you make a useful program but learn a lot of things that C# can do. Download Link: Part 1: Part 2: WEBSITE: FORUM SUBSCRIBE TO MY VIDEOS
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27 Responses to Foreclosure BC Part 1 Vancouver mortgage broker Mark Fidgett & lawyer Tony Spagnuolo

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  4. lonialbo33prn says:

    when i’m done this in a couple minutes my co-workers will be impressed

  5. MrMusicPunk says:

    I did everything you did, but when I debug it, I push plus, did not do a thing, or make the number disappear!

  6. gfilipecz says:

    thank you for this video. this was very helpful :))

  7. 318north says:

    Hey, the error message I get is System.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox’ does not contain a definition for ‘Tag

    I have followed your code to the letter. Any suggestions?

  8. ronaldl911 says:

    Question: When I’m at plus = true , I get error that plus is already in use. I searched, and the only other plus is the bool plus = false; . Any suggestions?

  9. emeres11 says:

    Guys I hope you know that anything you do in VisualANYTHING is NOT programming. If you want to do programming you have to learn the idea of everything you use (and by everything I mean EVERYTHING). This is as hard as drawing a picture with paint. This is not what programmers learn in university. Just for you to know…

  10. Basskingdom says:

    instead of: textBox1.Text = textBox1.Text + “1″;
    You can use 1 event click to all the numbers (1-9)
    try the code below:
    textBox1.Text += (sender as Button).Text;

  11. FTD0Productions says:

    any tips on remembering all the code???

  12. 614DaBest says:

    how could you make it so that numbers could be entered from the keyboard rather than by having to click them on the form?

  13. HockeyandlaxKING says:

    @Bedaywee Check the proporties of the text box you have on the form1. see if its name is textBox1 or try to rename it.

  14. HockeyandlaxKING says:

    @Joeyz1994 are you sure you are using c# and not visual basic, c++, or another language?

  15. MylesXO says:

    You made it way to complicated, you don’t need all of the ‘ { ‘ and ‘ } ‘s

  16. SecondCocacola says:

    What about a delete button

  17. puremaths729 says:

    Is it possible to set more than one button as AcceptButton?

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  19. dashby1969 says:

    Hi, great tutorial. I have found a bug in my calc, unsure whether you will have the same. Been through the videos twice now to check the code, same as yours as far as I can see.

    If I do a calculation then immediately do another 1 without clearing the field I get negative numbers, prior to the checkifequal I think it was working ok. Any chance of you just running through my code?


  20. Bedaywee says:

    Excuse me, but I tried to type like you said on the buttons of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, & 9 by ” textBox1.Text ” but the problem is it doesn’t work with me at all, which the error message says: ” The name ‘textBox1′ does not exist in the current context. So, is there anything else I put in there instead of that?

  21. willissteve0 says:

    easy way for all number buttons
    buttonOnClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
    text1.Text += this.Text;
    add this event for all buttons

  22. finnvoid says:

    instead of doing the if statement for checking for a “.” to return if found, do this:
    if (! textbox.text.Contains(“.”))
    textbox.text += “.”;
    this way it’ll add the . only if there isn’t one in there, otherwise it does nothing

  23. WeezyIsMusic says:

    i have a project for tomorrow, to submit a simple calculator, ive done the coding but i dont know how to make it loop like after ive done it will ask if i like to continue . . . mine just exit! plus i need flow chart for my coding . .. . .. . help :(

  24. TheMrTrapatony says:

    just a little tip , when you need to add something to a (i’m not sure how it called , like int or textBox1.text in this example ) instead of writing it twice (textbox = textbox +)
    just write += it is the same and it sortens your work [ textbox.text += ("1") ; ]

  25. drakonimetal says:


  26. player0pokemon0vince says:

    finally a NON console tutorial

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    I’m sick of commercials