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Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 23 LinkedList without Duplicates Using a Generic List Reversing a LinkedList Printer GUI Solution


23.11 (LinkedList without Duplicates) - Write an application that reads in a series of first names and stores them in a LinkedList. Do not store duplicate names. Allow the user to search for a first name.


23.15 (Using a Generic List) - Write an application that inserts 25 random integers from 0 to 100 in order into an object of class List. The application should calculate the sum of the elements and the floating-point average of the elements.


23.16 (Reversing a LinkedList) - Write an application that creates a LinkedList object of 10 characters, then a second list object containing a copy of the first list, but in reverse order.


24.7 Create the GUI in Fig. 24.35 (you do not have to provide functionality) using WPF. Do not use a canvas. Do not use explicit sizing or positioning.

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Visual C# 2010 How to Program Deitel Chapter 23 LinkedList without Duplicates Using a Generic List Reversing a LinkedList Printer GUI Solution

23.11 (LinkedList without Duplicates) - Write an application that reads in a series of first names and stores them in a LinkedList. Do not store duplicate names. Allow the user to search for a first name.

23.15 (Using a Generic List) - Write an application that inserts 25 random integers from 0 to 100 in order into an object of class List. The application should calculate the sum of the elements and the floating-point average of the elements.

23.16 (Reversing a LinkedList) - Write an application that creates a LinkedList object of 10 characters, then a second list object containing a copy of the first list, but in reverse order.

24.7 Create the GUI in Fig. 24.35 (you do not have to provide functionality) using WPF. Do not use a canvas. Do not use explicit sizing or positioning.

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