Write a program for the fraction calculator shown in the figure below. After the numerators and denominators of the two fractions to the left of the equal sign are placed in the four text boxes, one of four operations should be clicked on. The result appears to the right of the equal sign. The program should use a calculator class, which contains three members of the type Fraction discussed in Exercise 28 of Section 11.1. Note: In the figure below, the fraction bars are very short list boxes.

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**Suggested Control Names and Attributes:**

Name Property | Text Property | Control Type | Notes |

frmFractions | Fractions | Form | Holds Controls |

txtNumerator1 | TextBox | Captures first numerator | |

txtDenominator1 | TextBox | Captures first denominator | |

btnAdd | + | Button | Triggers event to add fractions |

btnSubtract | – | Button | Triggers event to subtract fractions |

btnMultiply | * | Button | Triggers event to multiply fractions |

btnDivide | / | Button | Triggers event to divide fractions |

txtNumerator2 | TextBox | Captures second numerator | |

txtDenominator2 | TextBox | Captures second denominator | |

txtAnswerNumerator | TextBox | Displays numerator of answer * | |

txtAnswerDenominator | TextBox | Displays denominator of answer * |

Set the Read Only property to True.