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Start Here!™ Fundamentals of Microsoft® .NET Programming by Rod Stephens

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Summary

This chapter described programming environments and some of the features they provide, giving some extra attention to the IDE in Visual Studio. You can use a programming environment to create user interfaces and write the code that lies behind them.

The next chapter discusses common standard types of features that you might want to put in a user interface, such as menus, accelerators, and shortcuts. Such features make your programs faster and easier to learn and use.

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