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Visual C# | Creating forms exercise | Create a DateTimePicker and ComboBox
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The aim of this exercise is to create an application form for a dating agency. Create a form alled frmApplicationForm and add controls and formatting so that it looks something like this:
You can choose different colours ...
Your form should include:
- a ComboBox control (you can use the SelectedItem.Text property of the combobox to find out the user's preference); and
- a DateTimePicker control (see hint below)
You can use something like dtpDateOfBirth.Value.ToString("dd/MM/yyyy") to get at the date entered.
When a user clicks on Apply now, they should see something like this in a message box:
You should create and display a string of text containing the user's choices
When you're happy that your form works successfully, close it down.