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Making the converter can be done in JavaScript, like you showed on the link you added. I'il give you a head start on how to:

You have two text inputs, I already made the first for you:

The currency you have: <select id='have_cur_type' onchange='NewHaveCurType(this.value)'><option value='euro'>Euro</option><option value='dollar'>Dollar</option></select><br />
The amount you have: <input type='text' id='have_cur_amount' value='0' />
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<input type='button' onclick='Convert()' value='Convert Currency' />

And then you have the javascript:

var have_cur_type = 'euro';
var need_cur_type = 'euro';

function NewHaveCurType(type) {
  have_cur_type = type;
}

function Convert() {
  
  var have_cur_amount = document.getElementById('have_cur_amount').value;
  // Also retrieve the other...
  
  // Now you need to calculate the ratio from one currency to the other, I would advise if you would first translate them all to one currency for example dollars and then translate those into the final currency the user wants

}

~G

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nice guide sir..how to put the answer to the currency i want amount textbox sir?

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