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Get Marks Out of Hundred
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Please consider these cases 
a) Lets say we got 55 Marks Out of 100 Marks
b) We got 45 Marks Out of 80 MarksIn Case B, we got 45 Marks out of 80 Marks, I am using the following Code to convert the Marks Obtained Out of Hundred 
Dim CalculateMarks As Decimal = MarksObtained * 100 / TotalMarks
What If we get 70 Marks Out of 150 Marks, how can we get the Marks Obtained out of Hundred, Can someone help ?
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Please consider these cases 
a) Lets say we got 55 Marks Out of 100 Marks
b) We got 45 Marks Out of 80 MarksIn Case B, we got 45 Marks out of 80 Marks, I am using the following Code to convert the Marks Obtained Out of Hundred 
Dim CalculateMarks As Decimal = MarksObtained * 100 / TotalMarks
What If we get 70 Marks Out of 150 Marks, how can we get the Marks Obtained out of Hundred, Can someone help ?
If I understand correctly...
Dim marks As Decimal = 55D Dim totmarks As Decimal = 100D Dim percent As Decimal = marks / totmarks Dim marks100 As Decimal = percent * 100D marks = 45D totmarks = 80D percent = marks / totmarks marks100 = percent * 100D marks = 70D totmarks = 150D percent = marks / totmarks marks100 = percent * 100D
"Those who use Application.DoEvents() have no idea what it does and those who know what it does never use it."  MSDN User JohnWein Multics  An OS ahead of its time. Marked as answer by Sid Williams Friday, October 6, 2017 1:54 PM
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Please consider these cases 
a) Lets say we got 55 Marks Out of 100 Marks
b) We got 45 Marks Out of 80 MarksIn Case B, we got 45 Marks out of 80 Marks, I am using the following Code to convert the Marks Obtained Out of Hundred 
Dim CalculateMarks As Decimal = MarksObtained * 100 / TotalMarks
What If we get 70 Marks Out of 150 Marks, how can we get the Marks Obtained out of Hundred, Can someone help ?
If I understand correctly...
Dim marks As Decimal = 55D Dim totmarks As Decimal = 100D Dim percent As Decimal = marks / totmarks Dim marks100 As Decimal = percent * 100D marks = 45D totmarks = 80D percent = marks / totmarks marks100 = percent * 100D marks = 70D totmarks = 150D percent = marks / totmarks marks100 = percent * 100D
"Those who use Application.DoEvents() have no idea what it does and those who know what it does never use it."  MSDN User JohnWein Multics  An OS ahead of its time. Marked as answer by Sid Williams Friday, October 6, 2017 1:54 PM
