Sunday, November 23, 2008

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At Home With Che-Che

Hi there! Welcome to my very own home on the Internet.I hope you will enjoy touring this site and know more about me. Since this is my first time to create a web site, your suggestions and help on how I can further enhance my very home on the Internet wioll be greatly appreciated.
Welcome to my Home!

Me and My Family
People find it hard to pronounce my real name and thought that Cheche is my nickname. Cheche is actually how to pronounce my real name JyueJyue. I was born on January 25, 1989 in Sta. Cruz, Manila. I am the eldest of three children and JyueJyue actually means “Elder Sister” in Chinese. My parents are of Chinese descent and were born in the Philippines. I have two sublings (John-John and San Mae), both are still in elementary.

Personal Information
Full Name: JyueJyue S. Gan
Nickname: Che
Address: Room 307 Queens Palza, Reina Regente St. Sta. Cruz, Manila
Birthday: January 25, 1989

My School
I am currently a high school student of Saint Luis School of Manila. This bas been my school since Prep. My parents chose this school because it is the nearest catholic Chinese school in the area.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

loop structures

Loop Structures
Visual Basic loop structures allow you to run one or more lines of code repetitively. You can repeat the statements in a loop structure until a condition is True, until a condition is False, a specified number of times, or once for each element in a collection.
The following illustration shows a loop structure that runs a set of statements until a condition becomes true.
Running a set of statements until a condition becomes true.

While Loops
The While...End While construction runs a set of statements as long as the condition specified in the While statement is True. For more information, see While...End While Statement (Visual Basic).
Do Loops
The Do...Loop construction allows you to test a condition at either the beginning or the end of a loop structure. You can also specify whether to repeat the loop while the condition remains True or until it becomes True. For more information, see Do...Loop Statement (Visual Basic).
For Loops
The For...Next construction performs the loop a set number of times. It uses a loop control variable, also called a counter, to keep track of the repetitions. You specify the starting and ending values for this counter, and you can optionally specify the amount by which it increases from one repetition to the next. For more information, see For...Next Statement (Visual Basic).