VB.Net 2005

Creating a program that uses a sequential file to login and than displ

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#1 DGH  Icon User is offline

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 02:04 AM

I'm new to VB.Net 2005 and need help with creating This program please.[size=4]

This is the program specification.

First a file must be created with atleast 30 records for employees . The record must include:
Employee number
Password
name
id number
address
telephone number
basic salary
number of leave days take not more than 30
starting date
access level
Must be a txt file
The above is what should be included in the file.

The login screen is displayed first and by using the file above the user must login by using there employee number and there paasword from the file. There is one of four level of access that a user can have which are:
Manager
Payroll Administrator
Secretary
Staff(Normal staff except the three listed above)
Using the username and password from the file and the access level the user must be looged into the program.

If the user access level is MANAGER for e.g. than a manager form must be displayed etc.

I need help urgently please and if you are going to help please comment in your code to make it easy to understand please.

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 03:31 AM

wrong forum dude :)
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Posted 08 October 2009 - 04:01 AM

Dream.In.Code has a policy by which we prefer to see a good faith effort on your part before providing source code for homework assignments. Please post the code you have written in an effort to resolve the problem, and our members would be happy to provide some guidance. Be sure to include a description of any errors you are encountering as well.

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