Unit 14 Event Driven Programming - P3, P4, P5, P6, M2, M3, M4 & D2 and Unit 22 - Developing Computer Games - P3, P4, P5, P6, P7, M1, M2, M3 & M4
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Unit 14 - Event Driven Programming A3 - P4,5 | M2,3 | D2
Unit 14 - Event Driven Programming, the documentation for assignment 3 is provided with all task for full completion of the unit 14 - P4 P5 M2 M3 D2
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Unit 6 P1 Describe the application and limits of procedural, object oriented and event driven programming paradigms
P1 Describe the application and limits of procedural, object oriented and event driven programming paradigms
Unit 14 - Event Driven Programming - P1, M1 & D1
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BTEC LEVEL 3 - UNIT 14 - EVENT DRIVEN PROGRAMMING
BTEC LEVEL 3 EVENT DRIVEN PROGRAMMING ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED BY STUDENT:
main program is about a phone bill program
Event Driven Programming (c sharp) Currency Converter
U14 P4 Implement a working event driven
application to meet defined requirements. 4 Programme Files
Now that you have designed your programme you need to
create it. Start with a new project on Visual Studio and fully
develop your application. Make sure you follow your designs
and cover all of the needs of the scenario.
You also need to make sure you add on screen help for the
user in the forms of tool tips, and a help webpage. Include
this within your project files.
The program should display a list of currencies to convert to, allow the user to
enter the amount to convert and then display the amount of currency that should
be given to the customer after the exchange.
• The program should display the conversion rate that has been used.
• The program should subtract commission at a rate of 2% from the GBP amount
• The amount of commission charged should be displayed.
• The program should allow conversion from GBP to at least 3 foreign currencies,
and 3 foreign currencies back to GBP.
• The programme should save a log of every transaction for audit purposes
detailing appropriate information to allow each transaction to be identified.
• The program should not allow users to exchange between two foreign currencies.
• The program should be able to be reset quickly for another transaction and have
a help button for the user if they are unsure on how to use it.
• The programme should have appropriate built-in validation to try to minimise
human error inputs to the program.