Biorhythm Awareness

Biorhythm Awareness

Who else wants to take advantage of biorhythm awareness to avoid premature death, escape life threatening diseases, eliminate most of your life altering mistakes and banish catastrophic events from your life.

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Constructing the Biorh Ythms and the Time of Your Life PRogRAm

The Time Your Life

Nonetheless, I will show you how to build a fun little project that you can use daily to track the status of your biorhythms. Your biorhythms (if you believe in them) are on sinusoidal cycles that vary in length for the three types. The lengths of the cycles are 23, 28, and 33 days for your physical, emotional, and intellectual cycles, respectively with each cycle type starting on your birth date. Your best days are supposedly in the first half of a cycle when the sinusoidal curve is positive. Likewise, your worst days are in the second half of a cycle when the curve is negative. Critical days are said to be when you cross the boundary between positive and negative days. I don't have a lot of faith in biorhythms, but they are fun to calculate and examine and if you are having a bad day when your biorhythms are negative or critical, it gives you something to blame it on. Requirements for Biorhythms and the Time of Your Life 1. The biorhythm spreadsheet shall use formulas to calculate a...

Project Bior HytHMs and tHe TiMe of Your Life

The Biorhythms and the Time of Your Life program (see Figure 2.1) begins by asking for the user's name and birth date. The program then calculates the length of the user's life in years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds. Following the user input, the user's name, birth date, and age (in the aforementioned units) are displayed in the worksheet. The worksheet also contains an embedded chart that displays the current state of the user's three biorhythm cycles (physical, emotional, and intellectual). The Biorhythms and the Time of Your Life spreadsheet.

Validation with the Input Box Function

Consideration of where the validation code should go and when it should run is easy with the InputBox() function. The validation should occur as soon as the user enters data. The best way to determine this is to put the InputBox() function inside a Do-Loop. In the Biorhythms and Time of Your Life project in Chapter 2, user validation could be added as follows

Magic Squares Spreadsheet Selectionchange Procedure

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