Visual C# | Creating classes exercise | Create a class to hold a football result

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Software ==> Visual C#  (79 exercises)
Version ==> Any version of C#
Topic ==> Creating classes  (4 exercises)
Level ==> Relatively easy
Subject ==> C# training
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If you haven't already got one, create a Windows Forms project (using Visual C#, obviously) called wiseowl.  Right-click on your project in Solution Explorer to add an existing item, and choose the file frmScore.cs in the above folder.

Make this the default form in Program.cs.  When you run your application, you should be able to enter a result:

Football result

When you click on the OK button, you should see the summary shown on the next page.

When you click on the OK button, you should see a message like this:

Number of points

In the premier league you get 3 points for a win, 1 for a draw and nothing if you lose.


What's that?  Preston aren't in the premier league?  Not yet, they're not ...

See the next page for notes on how to proceed.

The good news is that all the code to do this is already written - all that you need to do is to uncomment it:

Commented code

The code that you need to comment back in.

The bad news is that this refers to a class called FootieResult which doesn't exist ... yet!

Write the class, uncomment the code and then test your system works! 

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