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;;with C# Programming and Java Programming. See the following information, criteria, provided code (very small parts just adding to provided code), and Due Dates that must be adhered to please. - The Java Programming requires all Netbeans files zipped up to all allow full program to open in my version of Netbeans.;-Extra bonus for meeting all needed criteria and due dates. $30.00;C# PROGRAMMING;PART 1 (In separate file with comments in code;Demonstration of a Switch/Case in a GUI;Switch/Cases are often used to process menus, especially when some of the data entry may come from keypad. Not all screens are touch screens. We are not going to actually show any new windows. We are going to process the choices by the user in GUI.;Write a GUI program for the main screen of an ATM. It is an older ATM where the user can only enter a number into a textbox for their selection, and another for how much money they wish to withdraw or deposit.;The GUI screen should have labels for the menu as follows;(1) Balance Inquiry Checking;(2) Deposit Checking;(3) Withdraw Checking;(4) Exit;Have another label to display;Balance Information;Deposit messages;Withdrawal messages;Create a Form level variable for Balance of type decimal and assign it 1000.00;Make a button on the form. The click event of the button should take the choice the user gives and process it with the switch/case statement.;If the user enter a 1 the program should display the current balance in the message label for output;If the user enters 2 the program should take the amount the user entered into the second textbox and deposit this amount by adding it to the balance, and giving a confirmation message to the user in message label for output;If the user enters a 3 the program should take the amount the user entered into the second textbox and withdraws this amount by subtracting it from the balance along with a confirmation message. Is there enough money or not enough money to cover it in the account, give a confirmation message (or denial message) to the user in the message label for output;If the user enters a 4 the program should end with Application.Exit();If the user enters anything other than 1-4 it should give the user an invalid selection message in the message label for output.;Note: You must use a switch/case statement on this one. If you do not and use other GUI tools and it performs the same situation without demonstrating one in this language it will be major deduction;C# Programming;PART 2 (In separate file with comments in code);Demonstration of a GUI program with Radio Buttons Checkboxes, and a Numeric Up/Down.;Create a GUI program that a person running a cash register would use to make an order for a Pizza;The Pizza order screen should have radio buttons to allow the user to choose the size of a Pizza in sizes, Small ($6), Medium ($8.50), and Large ($11.75).;The Pizza order screen should have a numeric Up/Down for the user to enter the number of toppings ($.75 each).;The Pizza order screen should have a checkbox for Coupon (and should be $3.00 off the price if it is checked.);Place a button on your window that ?has the code under its click event? to find the price for the pizza based on the choice of size, number of toppings, and if the coupon checkbox is checked.;Have it show this price to the user on a label.;end of C# Programming;JAVA PROGRAMMING;PART 1 (Place comments in code and please provide COMPLETE NETBEANS FILES (All) whole program with all files zipped separately for Part 1 so that complications getting the file to load in my version of NETBEANS 7.0.1 does not result);With the economy the way it is, the general manager of your company wants you to write a program that keeps track of the paper being used by every department. For reasons he hasn?t give (maybe to find out who is ordering too much, or who has more because they use less because they replace paper with technology).;He wants a program that will print out a list of departments, manager names (of the department), boxes (of paper), and reams (1 pack of paper) Demonstrate what you know about OO Classes, Lists, and Sorting at the same time.;Create a class in java that stores the following data;departmentname(string);managername(string);box(integer);ream(integer);Create a class in java that implements the Comparator interface It should compare two objects by box first, and ream second.;Create a third class to test your class and new comparator above with a main() method that creates 4 objects the class keeping your data and places them in a List.;Display the List values unsorted for the user.;Sort the List using the comparator class you created.;Display the List values again for the user.;Small PART 2 (Place comments in code and please provide COMPLETE NETBEANS FILES (All) whole program with all files zipped separately for Part 2 so that complications getting the file to load in my version of NETBEANS 7.0.1 does not result);Create a program that demonstrates a recursive method to find the power of a number. The recursive method that must be in this program should take two integer parameters: value and raiseToPower.;Write some code in main to test your new recursive method.;(Hints: You can write this the Fibonacci way and do it off the return or do it like the simple version. If you do it the simple way ?you will need to have a class level variable outside the method to hold the current total as each recursive call is made.... With either strategy, don?t change the value variable. It will cause problems if you try anything with that.)

 

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