Visual C# 2010 How to Program 4E Deitel Chapter 24 Cash Register Microwave and Phone book Applications

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Visual C# 2010 How to Program 4E Deitel Chapter 24 Cash Register Microwave and Phone book Applications


24.9 Create a cash-register application modeled after the one presented in Fig. 24.37. It should alow users to enter a series of prices, then obtain the total. The Delete button should clear the current entry, and the Clear button should reset the application.


24.11 Using WPF, create a GUI that represents a simple microwave, as shown below (you do not have to provide functionality) To create the Start, Clear and numerical Buttons, you’ll need to make use of control templates. To apply a control template automatically for a control type, you can create a style (with a TargetType) that sets the Template property.

24.12 WPF allows two-way data bindings. In a normal data binding, if the data source is updated, the binding’s target will update, but not vice versa. In a two-way binding, if the value is changed in either the binding’s source or its target, the other will automatically updated. To create a two-way binding, set the Mode property to TwoWay at the binding declaration. Create a phone book application modeled after the one shown below. When the user selects a contact from the contacts list, its information should display in a Grid of TextBoxes. As the information is modified, the contacts list should display each change.

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Visual C# 2010 How to Program 4E Deitel Chapter 24 Cash Register Microwave and Phone book Applications

24.9 Create a cash-register application modeled after the one presented in Fig. 24.37. It should alow users to enter a series of prices, then obtain the total. The Delete button should clear the current entry, and the Clear button should reset the application.

24.11 Using WPF, create a GUI that represents a simple microwave, as shown below (you do not have to provide functionality) To create the Start, Clear and numerical Buttons, you’ll need to make use of control templates. To apply a control template automatically for a control type, you can create a style (with a TargetType) that sets the Template property.

24.12 WPF allows two-way data bindings. In a normal data binding, if the data source is updated, the binding’s target will update, but not vice versa. In a two-way binding, if the value is changed in either the binding’s source or its target, the other will automatically updated. To create a two-way binding, set the Mode property to TwoWay at the binding declaration. Create a phone book application modeled after the one shown below. When the user selects a contact from the contacts list, its information should display in a Grid of TextBoxes. As the information is modified, the contacts list should display each change.

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