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A visual execution of the software developed. also the pseudo code used for this program. this program must include, a form that displays the conversion rates for the following, Europe, America, Canada, Australia, Cyprus, Japan, china. Two conversion rates are required for each foreign currency based upon the organisation either selling or buying. The conversion rates displayed must only be able to be changed by using facilities provided by a drop down menu that is intended to be used on a daily basis. A means must be provided by which the counter user can enter an amount in sterling (a buying transaction) or an amount in foreign currency (a selling transaction) and then effect a conversion based upon the daily rate selected for the foreign destination. The banks commission for the transaction must be shown on the form and this must also only be alterable from a password protected drop down menu facility. The commission structure must be in - line with that used by major banking organisations. The total amount charged to the customer (exchange rate accomplished plus commission) must also be shown a separate box. It is anticipated that full use will be made of objects t be found on the visual basic tool bar. The data to be entered into the selling of currency input box must be data validated to receive only integer values of the currency in question. Any data to be entered into the selling of currency input box must be data validated to receive **only integer values** of the currency in-question. Any attempt by the user to enter a float, text entry, null or empty string will invoke an MsgBox warning with the curser being reset inside the object ready for a fresh entry. Error trapping must be used where there is a possibility of run-time errors being generated. i have already provided a templates. i would like you to just do the coding.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):