Design a GUI for an online store that allows customers to design a custom-made pizza, and enter their Visa credit-card number to place the order. The CC number must be verified as valid (but don’t worry about whether or not the account is actually real).
Your GUI should include at least one of each of the following:
Radio buttons (e.g., for type of crust)
A set of check boxes (e.g., for toppings and special features)
A set of text boxes (e.g., for address information and card number)
A button (e.g., to verify the CC number and place the order)
A file should be generated called “Order.txt” that contains a report of the information that has been submitted. It does not have to be with any specific wording, but all the elements need to be included somehow, describing the choices made by the user. You will need to play around with the options offered in the package. This is due on Thursday by Midnight, BUT if you submit it by Wednesday night, I can give you feedback before the exam.
I recommend that you START with the Credit Card verifier as your basis (since it is already functional) and add components to the interface from there.
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