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Microsoft® .NET Compact Framework Kick Start by Ronnie Yates, Erik Rubin

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Programming the ProgressBar Control

The ProgressBar control gives your users a graphical representation of how an operation is progressing. This is useful when your application needs to perform a very time-consuming operation and you do not want the user to think the application has crashed or entered an endless loop.

The ProgressBar control is controlled by three Int32 properties: Minimum, Maximum, and Value. The Minimum and Maximum values define the minimum and maximum values of the ProgressBar control. The Value property defines the ProgressBar control's current value. The ProgressBar will be filled in from left to right as the Value property moves increasingly away from the Minimum value toward the Maximum value. The ProgressBar control is ...

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