C. Programming Windows Forms Applications

The first place many programmers start when developing applications with .NET is with Windows Forms. Windows Forms represents an application framework within the .NET Framework for developing desktop user interface applications and their supporting components. Getting started with programming Windows Forms applications is very easy, especially when using Visual Studio 2005. If you have programmed with Visual Basic 6 or earlier, the process for designing Windows Forms in Visual Studio 2005 will feel very comfortable and familiar. If you come from a C++ background, you will find that designing with Windows Forms is familiar but easier than the process of programming views and dialogs in Microsoft Foundation ...

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