Chapter 6. Using Forms and Events

At this point in the book, you should understand the important role of objects, and you have seen examples of how they can be created and interact with each other. In this chapter, we introduce how to work with events.

Events are opportunities to implement an action when a user interacts with an application or an application interacts with other objects and the external environment. Controlling the behavior of your forms involves understanding the events that can occur and writing code in response to these events. Sometimes, when a user performs a single operation, such as attempting to delete a record, a ...

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