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Hi,

I am trying to develop a credit and saving management program for the first time and I need code that allows to determine the repayment schedule and show it in a Datagrid, a listview or a similar controle.

If you know a website where I can find other code samples (apart from MSDN financial functions samples) useful for a credit and saving application, I'll be most grateful to you.

Thanks.
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this function should help you out
microsoft.VisualBasic.Pmt

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Hi,

Thanks to both.

As I said in my question I know already Microsoft financial functions such as PMT, IPMT, NPER PPMT and Rate. They are explained at MSDN site.

I'm looking for more comprehensive source code examples.

I already had checked freeVBCode and code project. codeguru and techtarget have nothing interesting on this issue.

I hope someone has more concrete proposals.

Thanks.
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Thank you emoreau. This link is ok.
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