4 Beginner C# Exercises

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I have 4 beginner level C# exercises I need done. I missed them and I am able to make them up and turn them in at the end of the semester. This is just an elective which doesn't really pertain that much to my major.

Create a base banking account. Decide what characteristics are common for checking
and saving accounts and include these characteristics in the base class. Define subclasses
for checking and savings. In your design, do not allow the banking base account
to be instantiated—only the checking and saving subclasses. Include a presentation
class to test your design.

Create a class called Fraction that can be used to represent the ratio of two integers.
Include appropriate constructors, properties, and methods. If the denominator becomes
zero, throw and handle an exception. Create an application class to test the Fraction class.

Use Notepad to place the following values in a text file: 86, 97, 144, [url removed, login to view] simplify the
problem, the values can each be placed on separate [url removed, login to view] a C# program to
retrieve the values from the text file and print the average of the values, formatted with
two decimal places.

Create a small database to include customer numbers, customer names, and customer
areas. Place eight records in the database. For the customer area field, use the designations
of N for North, S for South, and so [url removed, login to view] type of database (SQL Server or
Access) will be determined by your [url removed, login to view] a C# program to display only the
names of all customers.

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