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Exercise: Simple textbox form with event-handling for OK button
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Create a simple form allowing a user to type in their name:
This version consists of a vertical stack panel containing two horizontal stack panels. Yours doesn't have to look like this!
Attach code to the Cancel button so that it closes the form (use this) when someone clicks on it.
Attach code to the OK button so that it displays the name typed in when clicked:
What you should see if you type Bob into the text box and click on the OK button.
For a bonus, see if you can get the following message to appear if a user leaves the textbox blank:
The second argument for MessageBox.Show will let you specify the title for the message box (here it is Error).
When you're happy everything is working OK, close this window down.