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(Login User Control) Create a UserControl called LoginPasswordUserControl that contains a Label that displays string "Login:", a TextBox, where the user inputs a login name, a Label that displays the string "Password:" and, finally, a TextBox where a user inputs a password. LoginPasswordUserControl must provide public read-only properties that allow an application to retrieve the user inputs (i.e., login name and password). Write a driver to test LoginPasswordUserControl.
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what you have here is pretty self explanatory nothing tricky. Google "asp.net usercontrol" read a couple of examples and tutorials. Then Google C# read only property or vb.net read only property (which ever language you are using). Then combine what you have read. A driver would just be a web app that can consume your login user control.


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