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c# theory

source: Using Windows Form Controls In recent years, Visual Basic has won great acclaim for granting programmers the tools for creating highly detailed user interfaces via an intuitive form designer, along with an easy to learn programming language that together produced probably the best environment for rapid application development out there. One of the things that Visual Basic does, and other rapid application development tools, such as Delphi, also does, is provide access to a number of prefabricated controls that the developer can use to quickly build the user interface (UI) for an application. At the center of most Visual Basic Windows applications stands the form designer. You create a user interface by dragging and dropping controls from a toolbox to your form, placing them where you want them to be when you run the program, and then double-clicking the control to add handlers for the con…