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In the English measurement system, 1 yard equals 3 feet and 1 foot equals 12 inches. Use this information to create an application that lets the user convert distances to and from inches, feet, and yards. The user should enter the distance to be converted into a TextBox. A ListBox should be used to allow the user to select the units being converted from, and another ListBox should be used to allow the user to select the units being converted to.Be sure to handle the situation where the user picks the same units from both list boxes. The converted value will be the same as the value entered.A sample application form can be found in the text on page 265.

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