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Question: 1
Suppose using controls in Visual Studio you have developed the layout for a calculator in design mode as shown
below, and given names of button Add, Subtract, Multiply and divide as Plusbtn, Subbtn, Mulbtn and Divbtn
respectively. Names for TextBox labeled First Number, Second Number and Result are textBox1, textBox2 and
textBox3 respectively. If a number is entered in TextBox1 and TextBox2, clicking the buttons should produce result
of respective operation in TextBox3. Complete the code

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