After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Create Windows Forms applications.
Use common Windows Forms controls such as labels, text boxes, and buttons.
Change the properties of Windows Forms and controls at design time and programmatically at run time.
Subscribe to and process events exposed by Windows Forms and controls.
Now that you have completed the exercises and examined the examples in the first three parts of this book, you should be well-versed in the Microsoft Visual C# language. You have learned how to write programs and create components by using C#, and you should understand many of the finer points of the language, such as the differences between value types and reference types. Because you ...