Open Visual Studio 2017 and create a new project.
Name your project Bryan_JeromeProj.Create the interface shown below.
The Calculate button’s Click event procedure should add the item price to the total of the prices already entered; this amount represents the subtotal owed by the customer.
a)The procedure should display the subtotal on the form.
b)It also should display a 5% sales tax, the shipping charge, and the grant total owed by the customer.
c)When text is changed in the item price textbox, all other textboxes should clear.
3. The grand total is calculated by adding together the subtotal, the 5% sales tax, and a $6.50 shipping charge.
a)For example, if the user enters 15.75 as the price and then clicks the Calculate button, the click event procedure should display 15.75 as the subtotal, 0.79 as the sales tax, 6.50 as the shipping charge, and 23.04 as the total due.
b)Without closing the application, the user then enters 10 as the price and then clicks on the Calculate button. The button’s Click event procedure should display 25.75 as the subtotal (adds the 10 and 15.75 together), 1.29 as the sales tax, 6.50 as the shipping charge, and 33.54 as the total due. i. Be sure you look back at the variable scope and using static variables within a procedure. You need to be able to track the subtotal as a cumulative running total.
4. When the subtotal is at least $100, the shipping charge is 0.00. 5.Test the application appropriately.
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