I need help building a program that displays full-time and part-time employees names and salaries when the user uses a radio button to choose either full-time or part-time employees. It's a program from the Getting Started with Visual Basic 2010 but I can't determine which part of the chapter specifies what I need to do to write the program. Any suggestions?

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One of my favorite things about Twitter is how people can use it to live-blog conferences they're attending. Case in point: today, I've been watching [URL="http://twitter.com/thornley"]Joseph Thornley[/URL], provide live commentary from the Canadian Institute Conference on Social Media. I've been learning about how the City of Calgary manages social media tools for [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQrh2M0vLG4"]employee recruitment[/URL] and retention. That's right, retention. Some nuggets from the conference: "Social media must be part of a [URL="http://twitter.com/thornley/statuses/933211780"]larger strategy[/URL] to get the most value from it. It should not stand isolated on its own." "If you have employees who waste time on Facebook, it's a [URL="http://twitter.com/thornley/statuses/933222208"]management …

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That is what we could be asking by 2012, and be answered with a resounding cry of to the job centre looking for new employment if Fujitsu Siemens Computers is correct with its prediction. FSC today suggested that within just four years unmanned data centres will not only be fully commercially operational but will also outnumber the manned data centres that we have at the moment. It also warned that this will have a profound skills impact upon the IT sector, leading to a potential skills surplus in IT across the UK and Europe. Sure, these ‘lights out’ data centres …

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