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82. 95. 96. 97. You are developing an online store application. Display a list of products and bind the product name to an input field for adding new products. 98. Requirements: 99. Define the Angular application. 100. Iterate over an array of products and display their names. 101. Bind an input field to a new product name. 102. Add a button to add the new product to the list. 103. Ensure the list updates dynamically when new products are added. 104. = 105. 106. 107. 108. Online Store 109. 110. 166. 167. 168.

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179. 180. 206. 207. 208. Write a TypeScript interface User with properties username (string) and password (string). Then, create a function login that takes a User object and returns a message "Login successful" if the username is "admin" and the password is "password123", otherwise it returns "Login failed" 209. = 210. // Define the User interface 211. interface User { 212. username: string; 213. password: string; 214. } 215. // Create the login function 216. function login(user: User): string { 217. if (user.username === "admin" && user.password === "password123") { 218. return "Login successful"; 219. } else { 220. return "Login failed"; 221. } 222. } 223. // Example usage 224. const user1: User = { username: "admin", password: "password123" }; 225. const user2: User = { username: "user", password: "pass" }; 226. console.log(login(user1)); // Output: Login successful 227. console.log(login(user2)); // Output: Login failed