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A Programmer's Guide to .NET by Alexei Fedorov

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9.7. Conclusion

In this chapter, we have learned about the Windows forms controls that we can use to provide a user interface in our Windows forms applications. We have discussed several groups of controls, such as buttons, text controls, labels, lists, and menus. For each group, we have provided a list of classes that comprise it, as well as detailed descriptions of each class, its properties and methods, and usage examples.

We will continue learning about Windows forms controls in the next chapter, where we will discuss controls that extend the basic set of controls found in Windows. In the next chapter, we will learn about these additional controls, as well as how to use ActiveX controls in Web forms.

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