Use Visual Basic .Net 2010 to program, debug, and test the following programming project. Submit your project files in a zip file for grading. For this programming assignment, you are not expected to incorporate any programming techniques that have not yet been covered in the class. Use skills that you have learned from Part I and Part II of the Visual Basic textbook.

Modify the Lucky Seven game to present the user with a video poker hand (5 card). While you do not have to present graphics for the 5 cards, you may wish to change the main screen graphic to something of your own design. For the cards, each card can be any available from a standard deck of cards. Once a card is used, it cannot be used again in that hand (example: you draw the Jack of Hearts; you cannot draw that same card again). When all 5 cards are shown on screen, allow the user to discard and draw new cards once (up to all 5 cards at a time, but only allow them to change the cards once). Inform the user of their result in a dialog box (example: 3 of a kind or 2 pairs, etc.). After the user clears the result, allow the user to draw a hand again or exit the program.

All programs should have basic menu options that allow the user to exit the program and perform tasks you deem necessary for the program to function correctly. After creating the program, be sure to debug and test your code. When you are finished, submit the code to your instructor.

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