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Monthly Morgage Payment Estimater

Submitted on: 9/12/2018 6:10:52 PM
By: ICE 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This is simply a Estimator for getting a rough idea what a morgage would cost you if you had one or were going to try to get one, There is a section in this that is for those whom like to use Excel as this can be done in/with or on a Excel worksheet/form. I hope it helps some learn a bit about banking/morgages and the way the math works out... In my own personal opinion I think the way that Excel and online sources make it to hard or complicated an add extra mathematical stuff an numbers then what is even needed I find my mathematical route is pretty dang close an has less steps then what most others have,,,, NOTE: I have1 label & 1 textbox that have their properties for visible set to false that should remain hidden an unseen, The reason I hid them was cause VB6 was giving me hassles trying to add a percentage of a number. So to make it easier an faster I used the hidden label an the hidden textbox to get around that glitch faster lol........

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9/14/2018 5:44:42 PMPaul Bahlawan

You didn't even try to use the mortgage formula. Your output is incorrect.
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9/15/2018 2:43:38 AMICE

Hummmm I could have sworn that I said it was a "ESTIMATED" or a "SIMULATED" "MOCK-UP",,,, That's right,,,, I DID SAY THAT...
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9/15/2018 12:05:23 PMPaul Bahlawan

Yes you did. But the formula is simple, you could just stick it there and have a real mortgage calculator. Just sayin. When I post my own code, it's usually a complete app.
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9/15/2018 2:17:39 PMICE

LOL When you post it's usually a working app LOL. When I post I ALWAYS include a working .exe... All mortgage's have different rates (interests) as not all banks are the same they all have their own gimmicks to bate people to try an get business and again it's only a ESTIMATER....
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9/15/2018 2:48:30 PMPaul Bahlawan

I'm not trying to be fighty, ICE. Perhaps you would like see some of my code to see what I mean by "complete" just search PSC for my name. Happy coding.
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1/31/2019 7:21:58 PMFastRider

Hi Ice,
your claim "When I post I ALWAYS include a working .exe" is not true. For your IP_ConnectionChecker you didn't. And you couldn't, because the source won't compile since it contains errors and therefor an .exe can't be made. By the way, it is safer to download and check the sources and then create the .exe yourself. You never know what's in a downloaded .exe file!!!
Keep up the good work and always try to improve your self. ;-)
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