I require a developer to create a VB .NET class to send messages to a third party application.
The class will be used to automate a casino program to place automatic bets. It will use the William Hill Casino (Classic, not Sports), which you can download for FREE at:
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(When downloaded, you can play as a "practice" user)
It will work by sending messages to the program, or obtaining the focus and sending keystrokes (if required). Basically, it just needs to control the application - I don't care how it's implemented.
The casino program will be open on the card game of Baccarat. This is an EASY game (you can find it in the casino, under Games > Card Games).
When called, if the class can find the casino and baccarat game, it will place bets on our behalf.
There will be one simple function:
.PlaceBet(BetOn, Units, UnitSize)
This will accept three parameters:
-- BetOn: enumeration, specifying whether you want to bet on Player or Banker
-- Units: the number of chips you wish to bet
-- UnitSize: the size of the chips you wish to bet (#1, #5, #25, #100, #500 enumeration)
The function will then click the "Deal" button and return an enumeration with whomever won... ie Player/Banker.
The game of Baccarat is very simple... anyone that knows the game should understand this. Those that don't will easily grasp it too!
If you can put all of this into a simple class... automate this particular part of the casino game... you're on your way to winning this bid and a 10/10 score.
Don't understand? Got questions? See the attached EXE which demonstrates the casino and what the class will need to do.
Place your bids! Nothing crazy place.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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