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CIS162AD – C#. Formatting and Exceptions 03_exceptions.ppt. Overview of Topics. Hardware Information Processing Cycle Text Boxes - for input and output Numeric input and output Handling Exceptions IPO Charts. Input Devices Keyboard Mouse Scanner Output Devices Console (Display)

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Cis162ad c

CIS162AD – C#

Formatting and Exceptions

03_exceptions.ppt


Overview of topics

Overview of Topics

  • Hardware

  • Information Processing Cycle

  • Text Boxes - for input and output

  • Numeric input and output

  • Handling Exceptions

  • IPO Charts


A computer is an electronic device consisting of hardware

Input Devices

Keyboard

Mouse

Scanner

Output Devices

Console (Display)

Printer

Storage Devices

Hard drive

Diskette

Zip Disk

Internally

Central Processing Unit (CPU)

Memory (RAM)

A Computer is an electronic device consisting of hardware.


Hardware model

Hardware Model

CPU

Input Devices

Memory (RAM)

Output Devices

Storage Devices

The hardware configuration is used to support the Information Processing Cycle.


Information processing cycle

Information Processing Cycle

InputRaw Data

Process (Application)

OutputInformation

Storage

Output from one process can serve as input to another process.


What do we need to operate the hardware and transform data into information

What do we need to operate the hardware and transform data into information?

Software!


Software two major categories

Software: Two Major Categories

  • Operating System (OS)

    • Software that allocates and monitors computer resources including memory allocation, storage, and security.

  • Application Software

    • Software used to process raw data into information.

    • We will be developing applications using C#.


Input output

Input/Output

  • Recall the Information Processing Cycle Input Process Output

  • We need a user interface to get their Input and to display processing results as Output.

  • We use variables to store the values entered by the user and to store the results of the processing.

  • In C#, textboxes and labels are the most common control objects used to facilitate I/O.


Input output in c

Input/Output in C#

  • Contents of a textbox is always a String.

  • Use the Text property to get or put values.

  • Numbers are also entered as Strings through textboxes.

  • The String must be converted to a number before being assigned to a numeric variable, and before being used in a arithmetic expression.

  • Each datatype has a Parse method for conversion.

  • To display a number in a label or textbox it must be converted from a number to a String.

  • Use built-in function ToString.


Example all together

Example All Together

int intQty;decimal decPrice;decimal decSubtotal;//inputintQty = int.Parse(txtQuantity.Text);decPrice = decimal.Parse(txtPrice.Text);//processdecSubtotal = intQty * decPrice; //output lblSubtotal.Text = decSubtotal.ToString(“C”);


Handling exceptions

Handling Exceptions

  • When numeric data is requested from the user things can go wrong.

  • The conversion method (Parse) will fail if the user enters nonnumeric data or leaves the textbox blank.

  • Each of these situations will cause a run-time error.

  • Each of these situations throws an exception before the run-time error is display.

  • We can catch the exception with a Try/Catch Block.

  • Catching the exception allows us to handle the error gracefully.


Try catch blocks

Try / Catch Blocks

  • Enclose any statements that might cause an error in a try/catch block.try

    { intQty = int.Parse(txtQuantity.Text)}catch (Exception exc){ MessageBox.Show(“Data Entry Error.”)}finally{ txtQuantity.Focus( )}

  • Use catch section to handle the error.

  • Create a local object (exc) of type Exception for processing.

  • Use finally for statements that should be executed whether or not an exception occurred. finally section is optional.


Exception classes

Exception Classes

  • Exception classes can be used to catch specific errors.

    • InvalidCastException – failure of conversion function.

    • ArithmeticException – a calculation error

    • OutOfMemoryException – not enough memory

    • Exception – use to handle any exceptions not coded.

    • Use Message property to display error message when an unexpected error is generated.

  • tryintQty = int.Parse(txtQuanityty.Text) catch (InvalidCastException exc)MessageBox.Show(“Data Entry Error.”)catch (Exception exc)MessageBox.Show(“Unexpected Error: ” & exc.Message)finally


Messagebox object

MessageBox Object

  • A message can be displayed to users in a message box, which is a special type of window.

  • MessageBox.Show(text, titlebar, buttons, icon)

    • Text is the message displayed to the user.

    • Titlebar is used to provide a title for the window.

    • Buttons is used to specify the buttons that should be displayed (OK, Cancel, Retry, Yes, No, etc.)

    • Icon is used to specify what icon to display in front of the message (Error, Hand, Information, None, Warning, etc.)

  • Text is required, but the other parameters are optional.


Method overloading

Method Overloading

  • Method Overloading occurs when methods have the same name but different number or type of parameters.

  • The Show method for MessageBox is defined many different ways.

  • The same method name can be used because the argument list for each version makes it unique. This is referred to as the method’s signature.

  • Every method must have a unique signature.

  • This is a feature of object-oriented programming.


Ipo charts

IPO Charts

  • Input, Processing, and Output (IPO)

  • When designing a program, we usually begin with the end in mind (output).

  • From the output we can determine the inputs that will be required to complete the processing.


Ipo chart for cs3

IPO Chart for CS3


Cs3 sales calculator code

CS3 Sales Calculator Code

//Input

intQuantity = int.Parse(txtQuantity.Text);

decPrice = decimal.Parse (txtPrice.Text);

//Process - calculate values

decExtendedPrice = intQuantity * decPrice;

decSalesTax = decExtendedPrice * cdecTAX_RATE;decTotalDue = decExtendedPrice + decSalesTax + cdecSHIPPING_RATE;

//Output

lblExtendedPrice.Text = decExtendedPrice.ToString("C");lblSalesTax.Text = decSalesTax.ToString("C");lblShipping.Text = cdecSHIPPING_RATE.ToString("C");lblTotalDuel.Text = decTotalDue.ToString("C");


Using ipo charts

Using IPO Charts

  • Consider using IPO Charts when planning the logic for your assignments.

  • It is much easier to develop a program if you have a plan. It will save you a lot of time.

  • It is very difficult to design a program on the fly in front of the keyboard.

  • Even if you find the first couple assignments “easy”, you should spend some time designing the solution so that you will have experience when we get to the more complicated assignments.


Summary

Summary

  • Numeric Input and Output

  • Exception Handling

  • IPO Charts


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