Rounding Out Our Application, Part 2: Adding a Graphical User Interface


In Chapter 15, we greatly improved the usefulness of the Student Registration System (SRS) application by providing a means for persisting the state of Student objects-in particular, their enrollment status in various classes-from one SRS invocation to the next. However, we still haven’t provided a means by which a student user can interact with the SRS. As it is currently implemented, we launch the application from the command line by running the SRS executable, and from then on the application runs to completion without any further user input, relying solely on ASCII files and/or hard-coded information as its “fuel” (data).


Graphical User Interface Private Label Event Handling Integrate Development Environment Label Object 
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