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KFC shop inventory management system using Java

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The KFC Shop Inventory System is developed by java. The project is built to manage sales and transactions. To make a new transaction, fields such as: chicken type , qty needs to be selected. If you like to learn point of sales systems step by step, this is the right place to learn from the beginning. In this tutorial useful for making a point of sales system for a small shops.

First implement the Table Model
 DefaultTableModel model;

Double Click the Buy Button Paste this code

        int sum = 0;
        if(chkMC.isSelected())
        {
            String mcrunch = "MIDWEEK CRUNCH";
            int  price = 1300;
            int  qty = Integer.parseInt(txtMC.getText());
            int tot = price * qty;   
            model = (DefaultTableModel)jTable1.getModel();
            
            model.addRow(new Object[]          
            {
                mcrunch,
                price,
                qty,
                tot 
            }        
             );    
        }
         if(chkCC.isSelected())
        {
           String crispy  = "CRISPY CHICKEN";
            int  price = 1800;
            int  qty = Integer.parseInt(txtCC.getText());
            int tot = price * qty;   
            model = (DefaultTableModel)jTable1.getModel();
            
            model.addRow(new Object[]          
            {
                crispy,
                price,
                qty,
                tot 
            }        
             );    
        }
         
          if(chkHD.isSelected())
        {
           String hotdeal  = "Hot Drumlet Deal";
            int  price = 2800;
            int  qty = Integer.parseInt(txtHD.getText());
            int tot = price * qty;   
            model = (DefaultTableModel)jTable1.getModel();
            
            model.addRow(new Object[]          
            {
                hotdeal,
                price,
                qty,
                tot 
            }        
             );    
        }

        for(int i=0; i<jTable1.getRowCount(); i++)
        {
            sum = sum + Integer.parseInt(jTable1.getValueAt(i, 3).toString());  
        }
        
        txtbill.setText(Integer.toString(sum));

 

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