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ISYS 350, Spring 13, Assignment 5, Due Date: 4/8/13 Part 1: Reaching the future value target. The future value is computed using this formula: Use C#...


Part 1:

An Internet service provider offers three subscription packages to its customers, plus a discount for nonprofit organizations:

Package A: 10 hours of access for $9.95 per month. Additional hours are $2.00 per hour.
Package B: 20 hours of access for $14.95 per month. Additional hours are $1.00 per hour.
Package C: Unlimited access for $19.95 per month.
Nonprofit organizations: 20% discount on all packages.

The user should select the package the customer has purchased from a set of radio buttons and enter the number of hours used in a textbox. A check box captioned “Nonprofit organization” should appear on the form. The application should calculate and display the total amount due using a label control.

Requirements:
1. Input validation: The number of hours used in a month cannot exceed 744. You must use textbox’s Validating event to do the validation.
2. Turn in the form’s screenshots and the code.



Part 2
the question is from attachment part 1.
ISYS 350, Spring 13, Assignment 5, Due Date: 4/8/13 Part 1: Reaching the future value target. The future value is computed using this formula: Use C# to create a form as below: The present value and future value target are entered. If the use chooses to reach the target by changing the year, then the year’s textbox should be changed to read-only, an interest rate is entered and the Compute button procedure computes and displays the number of years to reach target in the year box. You should use a loop to calculating the future value by increasing the value of year by one in each loop until reaching the target. If the use chooses to reach the target by changing the rate, then the rate textbox should be changed to read-only, and a number of years is entered and the Compute button procedure computes and displays the rate needed to reach the target. For the interest rate, you can use a loop to try rates with a step value of .025%. Input validation: The present value and target must contain digits only; and the target must be greater than the present value. Submit the screenshot and source code. Part 2 : Creating database form with the Form Wizard
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1. Create a LocalDB database, MyCRM with a Customers table: Customers: CustomerID, CustName, City, Rating. Rating has three possible values: A, B, or C You should enter around 5 customer records. 2. Create a form with textboxes and navigation buttons to display customer records one at a time and allow user to update customer information. 3. Create a form with a customer ID listbox and display selected customer information in textboxes. Submit the form screenshots as you run the application. You don’t need to submit any code view. Part 3 : 1. Install NetBeans 7.3 (7.2 is fine): a. First install Java JDK: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html b. Then download NetBeans with Java EE at: http://www.netbeans.org/downloads/index.html 2. Start NetBeans and create a new Java Web project. 3. Modify and run the default index.jsp file to produce a web page with a message: Hello World! This is YOURNAME! Submit the web page.
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