Time for action – Google Sets idea prototype

Google Sets (http://labs.google.com/sets) is a nice piece of software when one wants to know what a few words mean. Given a few items, Google Sets returns similar items. In this example, we will build a small prototype that will reveal the possible data structure behind Google Sets. In the example, users will enter a few programming language keywords. The program will interpret the programming language from which these keywords are taken and then generate random small or large sets of similar keywords.

  1. Create a Windows form application and place controls on it, as shown in the following screenshot:
    Time for action – Google Sets idea prototype
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