# Exercise-1: Processing Data

### Practice Exercices

#### Eggs GUI

Write a program (EggsGUI) that allows the user to input the number of eggs produced in a month by each of 5 chickens. Calculate the total number of eggs, then display the total in dozens and eggs left over. For example, a total of 127 eggs is 10 dozen and 7 eggs left over. See interface here:

Results when program is run using test data:

To calculate and display the total, dozens, and eggs left over the following steps are needed:

Declare the variables needed
int eggs1, eggs2, eggs3, eggs4, eggs5;
int total, dozens, eggsLeftOver;

Get user input:
eggs1 = int.Parse(txtChick1.Text); repeat this for each of the text boxes

Calculate the total, dozens, and eggs left over
total = eggs1 + eggs2 + eggs3 + eggs4 + eggs5;
dozens = total/12;
eggsLeftOver = total%12;

Display the results lblResult.Text = total.ToString() + " eggs is " + dozens.ToString() + " dozen with " + eggsLeftOver.ToString() + " eggs left over";

#### GUI program (Exams)

Write a GUI program (Exams) that allows the user to input the scores for 3 exams. Display the average of the exam scores to two decimal places.
Here is the interface:

#### GUI program (SalePrice)

Write a GUI program (SalePrice) that allows the user to input the itemâ€™s original price and discount percentage.
Display the sale price in the output label to two decimal places as it is shown here: