Posted by **Dylan** on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at 4:45pm.

There are three seating categories at an athletic stadium. For a baseball game, Class A seats cost $15 dollars each, Class B seats cost $12 each, and Class C seats cost $9 each. Create an application that allows the user to enter the number of tickets sold for each class. The application should be able to display the amount of income generated from each class of ticket sales and the total revenue generated. The application's form should resemble the one shown in Figure 3-43.

What it looks like isn't my problem. I've already set it up my exit button up and my clear button. I just cannot figure out how to figure out the calculate button. I've been reading through the book and looking at tutorials I've done before and none are quite the same. If anyone can give me a tip that'd be great..

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