Hour 10. Creating and Calling Methods

If you've been reading this book from the beginning, you've now spent about nine hours building the basic skills necessary to navigate Visual C# .NET and to create an application interface. Creating a good interface is extremely important, but it's only one step toward creating a Windows program. After you've created the basic interface of an application, you need to enable the program to do something. The program may perform an action all on its own, or it may perform actions based on a user interacting with the interface—either way, you write Visual C# .NET code to make your application perform tasks. In this hour, you'll learn how to create sets of code (called classes), and how to create and call isolated ...

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