Lennie, C/C++ Programming


Lennie McPherson, proprietor of Lennie''''s Bail Bonds, needs to calculate the amount due for setting the bail. Lennie requires something of value as collateral, and his fee is 10% of the bail amount. He wants the screen to provide boxes to enter the bail amount and the item being used for collateral. The program must calculate the fee. He needs to print the screen form so that he can attach it to the legal documents.

Form: Include text boxes for entering in the amount of bail and the description of the collateral. Label each text box.

Include the command buttons for Calculate, Clear, Print Form, and Exit. The caption for the form should be "Lennie''''s Bail Bonds".

Code: Include event procedures for the click event of each command button. Calculate the amount due adds 10% of the bail amount and display it in a label formatted as Currency.
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