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I had to create an event driven application for the company Kris Arts Media, in order for them to be able to have a working calculator that provides their customers with a brief estimation on how much the cost will be to print out certain brochures

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P4 implement a working event driven application to meet defined requirements Control Property Property Settings Form Name Text Kris Art and Media Ltd FormKAML Group Box Text Printing Radio Button Name Text rdoBandW Black and White Radio Button Name Text rdoGreyscale Greyscale Radio Button Name Text rdofullC Full Colour Text Box Name Text blank Text Box Name Text blank Text Box Name Text blank Group box Text Paper Radio Button Name Text rdoMattS Matt Stock Radio Button Name Text rdoGlossS Gloss Stock Text Box Name Text blank Text Box Name Text blank Group box Text Graphic Label Text txtillustration Label Text txtbaw Label Text txtCP Text Box Name Text Text Box Name Text Text Box Name Text Group Box Text Other Check Box Name Text Label Name Text Text Box Name Text Button ...read more.

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-Black and White -Greyscale -Full Colour 3 Constants (INTERGER) -�300 (For Black & White Ink) -�500 (For Greyscale Ink) -�900 (For Full Colour Ink) Paper Type Type of paper that is available 2 variables (STRING) - Gloss Stock Paper - Matt Stock Paper 2 Constants (INTERGER) -�5.00 (For Gloss Stock Paper) -�3.00 (For Matt Stock Paper) Graphic Type Type of graphics that are available 3 Variable (STRING) -Black & White Photographs -Illustration/Graphic -Colour Photographs 3 Constants (INTERGER) -�35 (For Black & White Photographs) -�25 (For Illustration/Graphic) -�45 (For Colour Photographs) PDF Document Adobe PFD Format copy of the brochure Variable (STRING) -PDF copy Constant (BULEAN) -Yes Cost per print How many brochures are needed Variable (INTERGER) ...read more.

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be shown on the actual event driven application in the format of currency, whilst the user makes a selection through each variable. This is mainly because I know that it would have been easier and presented well, instead of just having a new window pop up giving the customer the total price of their selection. Therefore that would be the main thing that I would change on my event driven application. In conclusion, I do believe that my event driven application meets the desired requirements and purpose of those that the "Kris Arts Media" wanted me to perform. Additionally, this is mainly because I have created a working printing calculator which calculates an estimated cost of each selection that the user inputs. Therefore showing that I have successfully created a working event driven application. ...read more.

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