**I'm not asking anyone to code it for me.**I just want you to see what I need to do:

Develop a calculator that allows addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, tangent, square, sine, cosine, and absolute value.

Create numeric buttons for numbers input.

Create “.” and “+/-“ buttons for real numbers and negative numbers input.

Make the Calculate button the Accept button.

Create a Clear button to clear the result text box and reset all controls.

Create an Exit button.

Use labels to identify the input and output controls.

Okay, this is what I've already done:

Designed a calculator form with these buttons: 0-9 numeric keys, a C, a CE, =, abs, tan, sin, cos, sqrt,+, -, +/-, *, . , and /.

I have a drop down menu with File, Edit and Help (blank right now, of course, but I have made shortcut keys).

And, I've given all the components cute names like Btn1, Btn9, BtnClear, etc.

I have:

Dim UserInput1 As Double

Dim UserInput2 As Double

Dim Solution As Double

Dim Check As Boolean

He wants us to use Select Case for Error trapping, using Select.Err.Number (especially Divide by Zero error). I'm supposed to use Imports.System.Math for the Sqrt, etc... and I still don't understand why the normal operators (plus minus etc) aren't in .Math. That just doesn't make sense to me. If I can go (sine)...I wanna be able to go (add). Ya know?

I looked at the Tutorial question from the guy who needed "help" with his "homework"... but I'm so tired that it just didn't compute (pun intended, this time). Couldn't relate it to my variables. Too worn out.

We are to use the mouse only for inputing data - no keyboard. Is that it? I think so, more or less.

Okay...I'm flagging...can't... go.... on....must...sleep.....

Seriously, I have to crash before I DO crash. I will come back after work tomorrow (I mean today) and ask my questions, if ya'll don't mind. I promise I won't ask your favorite color, or the velocity of a laden swallow.

Thanks!

BEC