In this video, we learn how to use Visual Basic to convert temperature units. To start, make two command buttons. After you have created these, make sure you label them. The first command button should say "celsius to fahrenheit" and the second should say "fahrenheit to celcius". After this, make one text box and one label box. Now you will convert celsius to fahrenheit using the formula "F=(9/5*C) + 32". and you will be able to use this to convert temperature units. Save this and use it for whenever you would like, it can be used for both solving celsius to fahrenheit and the reverse.
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