Asp.Net Application for Book Doisplay

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Display using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Web; using System.Web.UI; using System.Web.UI.WebControls; using System.Collections; public class Book1
{
private string isbn;

public string Isbn { get { return isbn; } set { isbn = value; } } private string title;

public string Title { get { return title; } set { title = value; } } private string author;

public string Author { get { return author; } set { author = value; } } private double buyprice;

public double Buyprice { get { return buyprice; } set { buyprice = value; } } public Book1(string p1,string p2,string p3,double p4) { // TODO: Complete member initialization this.isbn = p1; this.title = p2; this.author = p3; this.buyprice = p4; }

} public partial class display : System.Web.UI.Page
{
private ArrayList books; String txt; String bookname; String bookauthor; double price;

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { books = new ArrayList(); BookDetails(); } private void BookDetails() { Book1 b1 = new Book1("978-1449311520", "adoop: The Definitive Guide", "Tom White", 15.99); Book1 b2 = new Book1("978-0735667044", "Microsoft Visual Basic 2013 Step by Step", "Michael Halvoson", 9.50); Book1 b3 = new Book1("978-0993088100", "Fifty Quick Ideas to Improve Your User Stories", "David Evens/Gojko Adzick", 33.00); Book1 b4 = new Book1("978-1428336117", "The Medical Manager Student Edition", "David Fitzpatrick", 99.00); Book1 b5 = new Book1("978-0769302652", "Introduction to Language Development", "Scott McLaughlin", 55.00);…...

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