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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET by Jeff Spotts, Brian Siler

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Enhancing Your Web Application

The sample loan payment calculator application displays the monthly payment in a text box control. However, it would be even more useful if it displayed the portion of interest and principal that make up each month’s payment. This type of loan analysis is known as an amortization schedule. In this section, we will add an amortization schedule to the Loan Calculator program. By doing so, you will learn how to add Web forms to a project as well as display information in a tabular format.

Adding a Second Web Form

As you may recall from Chapter 2, a new Windows Application project includes a single windows form, called Form1.vb. Similarly, a new Web Application includes a single Web form named WebForm1.aspx. To add ...

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