Complete exercise Number 3 on page 557-558 of the textbook.
Be sure to follow the instructions on creating an abstract class and the three classes to implement the abstract class. For the implementation of these three classes, closely follow the instructions given in parts a through f.
Additionally, you must create a **Collection** of these abstract class objects. An example of how to do this can be found on the WebCT page. Each house class that is added by the user must be stored in the collection for possible retrieval.
Download and run the working model (EXE file) and complete the interface using the model as an example. Note that each user entry must be validated. The toolbar consist of two button, one to Exit the application and one to toggle the View command button. Don't worry about the pictures you use for the buttons on the toolbar as long as they work properly. I couldn't get the same pictures used in the example .exe..
****** Attached is number 3 from our book which is used for this program. Also attached is the example .exe from which to base the program on. Make the program as much like the example .exe as possible. ******
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Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0
Visual Basic 6.0