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Lesson 8 - Handling Clicks at Coordinates in C# .NET

In the previous lesson, Drawing on Graphics in C# .NET, we created an application that records the vacancy of cinema hall seats. We used Graphics for drawing. In today's C# .NET tutorial, we're going to complete this application, adding seat selection and saving to a file.

Changing Seat Status

Let's program that when a particular seat is clicked, the seat is going to be set as free/occupied.

Logic

Inside the Cinema class, we're going to need a method that changes the state of the seat.


 

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