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Penny A Day

Submitted on: 2/5/2019 9:27:15 PM
By: Dave Bowlin 
Level: Beginner
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Compatibility: C#
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     If you earn a penny a day, and double it every day, how much would you end up with in 30 days? Depends whether you get paid daily or not. Anyway, this very small code shows you how to figure the amounts.

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3/19/2019 12:53:45 AMTrent Jackson

I have a lot of old and rather complex .NET code that will not operate with current Microsoft technologies. I am about a decade out of date with coding, and I am looking for some guidance with converting my obsolete .NET code to operate with current .NET protocols. I learn best from example. I offer $100 on the table for the person who converts my Blaster Master and Tetris World to conform with current MS technologies.
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3/21/2019 3:04:16 AMTrent Jackson

Arh! it is not that hard after all to make 2005 code adhere to MS VS 2017. In fact it is a snack.

Keep those ideas and code coming mate. Be good if you could upload something everyday; large projects say once a month. I find that it can take a good month to dream, design and then code gold. 5*
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