Single and double select statements

The program should ask for the age of the rider regardless of height, if the rider is under 10 years old the child with adult box must be checked before the child can ride. Here is my program so far

Private Sub cmdOk_Click()
    Dim blnoktoride As Boolean
    blnoktoride = True
   
    'check if rider is legal to ride
    If (Val(txtHeight.Text) < 45) Or (chkBack.Value = 1) Or _
        (chkheart.Value = 1) Then
            blnoktoride = False
    End If
   
    If (Val(txtAge.Text) < 10) And (chkadultchild.Value = 0) Then
        blnoktoride = False
    End If
         
    'display results
    If blnoktoride = True Then
        lblResult.Caption = "ok to ride."
    Else
        lblResult.Caption = "can't ride!"
    End If
   
End Sub

Private Sub txtAge_GotFocus()
    'select text
    txtAge.SelStart = 0
    txtAge.SelStart = Len(txtAge.Text)
End Sub
Private Sub txtHeight_GotFocus()
    'select text
    txtHeight.SelStart = 0
    txtHeight.SelLength = Len(txtHeight.Text)
End Sub
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gorean4uAuthor Commented:
No takers, just need someone to check my work
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phoffricCommented:
Some ideas to get a response:
1) IMO, algorithms is not the right zone for your question.
2) You don't really express a problem. If you are having a problem, then explicitly indicate what you need help in. When you say "check my work", it isn't clear why you need a check. Does your program build ok and run ok? If not, indicate the problem.
3) Put this question in the language zone that you are writing in.
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phoffricCommented:
You can hit the Request Attention link to get help on changing zones. Or you can delete the question and try again in better zones and by asking a clear question.
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
And clearly mark it homework
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Is this VBA, VB6, or VB.NET?
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gorean4uAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
I made some changes and comments.

Private Sub cmdOk_Click()
    Dim blnoktoride As Boolean
    blnoktoride = True
   
    'check if rider is legal to ride
    ' Always use the VB built in constants rather that "magic numbers" like = 1
    If (Val(txtHeight.Text) < 45) Or (chkBack.Value = vbChecked) Or _
        (chkheart.Value = vbChecked) Then
            blnoktoride = False
    End If
   
    If (Val(txtAge.Text) < 10) And (chkadultchild.Value = vbUnchecked) Then
        blnoktoride = False
    End If
         
    'display results
    If blnoktoride = True Then
        lblResult.Caption = "ok to ride."
    Else
        lblResult.Caption = "can't ride!"
    End If
   
End Sub

Private Sub txtAge_GotFocus()
    'select text
    txtAge.SelStart = 0
    ' This should be txtAge.SelLength but this really doesn't
    ' do anything useful
    txtAge.SelStart = Len(txtAge.Text)
End Sub
Private Sub txtHeight_GotFocus()
    'select text
    txtHeight.SelStart = 0
    txtHeight.SelLength = Len(txtHeight.Text)
End Sub
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