MIS 304 Homework Example 11 - State Lookup

MIS 304 Homework Example 11 - State Lookup - One of the two...

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MIS 304 Homework 11 Example: State Lookup Create a project that will allow a user to look up state names and their two-letter abbreviations. The user will have the options to Look up the Abbreviation or Look up the State Name. Type Option Strict On at the top of your code There is code in the starter project that contains all of the states and abbreviations – be sure to use this code. I’ve already done all of this typing for you! Use radio buttons to determine which kind of search the user would like to perform. The user will have the options to Look up the Abbreviation or Look up the State Name. There should be two textboxes – one for state name and one for abbreviation.
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Unformatted text preview: One of the two textboxes should be read only based on the type of search the user wants to perform. If the user wants to look up the abbreviation, the abbreviation textbox should be read only. Conversely, when the user wants to look up the state name, the state name textbox should be read only. Use the checked changed event of the radio buttons to change these properties. • In the event that a match cannot be found for the input, display an appropriate error message. • There should be an Exit button to end the program. • All other programming standards should be followed. Your form might look something like this:...
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