A.Write lines of code as instructed in Steps (a) through (e) to fill in the missing lines in the following program.
Dim height As Double ‘inches
Dim weight As Double ‘pounds
Dim name As String
Dim stats As Appearance End Structure
Private Sub btnDisplay_Click(…) Handles btnDisplay.Click Dim personl, person2 As Person
- Give person I the name Michael.
- Set Michael’s height and weight to 71 and 190, respectively.
- Give person2 the name Jacob.
- Set Jacob’s height and weight to 70 and 175, respectively.
- If one person is both taller and heavier than the other, display a sentence of the form “[name of bigger person] is bigger than [name of smaller person].”
B.In Exercises 15 through 18 describe the output that results from clicking on the button. The programs use the file Cities.ba that contains information about the 25 largest cities in the United States. Each record of the file has four fields—name, state, population in 2000 (in 100,000s), and population in 2010 (in 100,000s). The first four lines in the file are as follows:
1.Private Sub btnDisplay_Click(…) Handles btnDisplay.Click Dim query = From cty In cities
Where cty.state = “TX”
Let growth = (cty.pop2010 cty.pop2000) / cty.pop2000
Order By growth Descending
Select cty.name, cty.state, growth
For Each cty In query
lstOutput.Items.Add(cty.name & “, ” & cty.state)
lstOutput.Items.Add(“Greatest growth: ” &
2.Private Sub btnDisplay_Click(…) Handles btnDisplay.Click
Dim query = From cty In cities
Order By cty.pop2010 Descending
Dim pops() As Double . query.ToArray ReDim Preserve pops(9)
txtOutput.Text = FormatNumber(100000 * pops.Sum, 0)