Individual: Input Validation

Individual: Input Validation
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Assignment Preparation: Activities include watching the Microsoft Virtual Academy developer training course modules, watching the Lynda.com video, independent student reading, and research.
Watch Module 05, “Advanced C#, Type and Value Validation; Encryption Techniques,” of the Microsoft Virtual Academy “Programming in C# Jump Start,” developer training course.
Watch Module 06, “Splitting Assemblies and WinMD; Diagnostics and Instrumentation,” of the Microsoft Virtual Academy “Programming in C# Jump Start,” developer training course.
Watch “Debugging,” of the Lynda.com “C# Essential Training,” video.
Assignment: Design, implement, test, and debug a C# program to demonstrate input validation using regular expressions. The program should contain input fields for a customer name, a part number, an order quantity, and a unit cost. It may contain other fields that you might see on a typical order entry form, if you like. Please note that the use of masked textboxes is not acceptable. The program should validate at least one type of data of your choice – you are free to choose a commonly used data format such as Social Security Number (999-99-9999), or phone number (999-999-9999), or a custom format that you design. The program should also validate the part number in the following format: an 8 digit prefix consisting of capital letters or numbers followed by a dash followed by a two digit suffix that can only be zeroes or ones. Last the program should also perform a “sanity check” on one of the input fields. For instance, you could validate the order quantity to ensure it is not too large (such as greater than 500). This program must be a Windows Forms application. Be sure the interface is professional looking and intuitive to use for the novice end user.

Include identifying information in the form of block comments at the top of each class in the project (programmer name, date, program description). Include adequate comments throughout the program, utilize meaningful names for controls, variables, fields, and forms. Include white space for readability purposes in the code. Refer to the Individual Assignment grading form to view grading criteria.
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Individual: Using LINQ
Microsoft Virtual Academy
Access the Lynda.com videos
Individual Assignment Grading Form

Individual Assignment Grading Form
Functionality
70 Percent Percent Earned: Comments:

Desired input is gathered correctly
Desired outputs are generated and displayed properly
Accurate use of constructs and techniques outlined in course materials
Program performs to requirements noted in syllabus
User interface is neat, logical, and easy to use

Mechanics and Format
20 Percent Percent Earned Comments:

General neatness
Use of indentation
Readability of code and usage of white space
Code is organized and easy to follow; use of classes and modules as applicable

Documentation
10 Percent Percent Earned Comments:

Identifying information is included
Adequate comments included throughout the code

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