Hour 4. Understanding Events

It's fairly easy to produce an attractive interface for an application using Visual C# .NET's integrated design tools. You can create beautiful forms that have buttons to click, text boxes in which to type information, picture boxes that display pictures, and many other creative and attractive elements with which users can interact. However, this is just the start of producing a Visual C# .NET program. In addition to designing an interface, you have to empower your program to perform actions in response to how a user interacts with the program and how Windows interacts with the program. You accomplish this by using events. In the preceding hour, you learned about objects and their members—notably, properties and ...

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