1.Create a class called Person.

Person has the following read only attributes:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Birth Date

2.Create a class called YourQueue which inherits the functionality of the .Net Queue collection class.

3.Override the functionality of the Dequeue() method as follows:

  • If the object being dequeued is a Person then raise an event called PersonDequeued and pass reference to the Person object being dequeued.
  • If the object being dequeued is not a Person then raise an event called NonPersonDequeued and pass reference to the Object being dequeued.

4.In the Form1_Load() method of your form:

A.Create the following people objects: see image.

B.Declare and instantiate a variable of type YourQueue called MyPeople:

YourQueue MyPeople = new YourQueue();

C.Subscribe to the NonPersonDequeued event.

Provide a Message Box in the MyPeople_NonPersonDequeued() method to display as follows (red box indicates place holder where information obtained from the Object is to be displayed): see image.

D.Subscribe to the PersonDequeued event.

Provide a Message Box in the MyPeople_PersonDequeued() method to display as follows (red box indicates place holder where information obtained from the Person is to be displayed): see image.

E.Enqueue your 3 people from above!

F.Also Enqueue "Mickey Mouse" (not a Person)

G.Call MyPeople.Dequeue() 4 times.

Output: see image.

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