This appendix provides the answers to Exercises found at the conclusion of each chapter.
Following are the answers to the exercises in Chapter 1.
This operating system was Windows Phone 7, released in October 2010. Microsoft created it to utilize a first-class user (consumer) experience over any other operating system feature.
Windows 8 style applications possess the full screen, thus allowing the user to focus on one application at a time. Because of this approach, there is no need for a window caption or a sizing border. A Windows 8 style application does not utilize any accessory (chrome) to manage the size or position of the application window.
Following are the most frequently used programming languages for Windows:
Of course, many other programming languages are used for creating Windows applications, but they are not as frequently utilized as these. Other languages include F#, Python, Ruby, Perl, COBOL, FORTRAN, and several more.