Adding Controls to the Form

The default form created by WindowsForms applications isn't very interesting. It contains a caption bar, a default icon, and the Windows standard Minimize, Maximize and Close buttons. Forms found in real-world applications include controls, such as buttons, text boxes, labels, and the like. This section explains how you can add controls to forms in your C# applications.

In this section, you take a look at how controls are supported from within the .NET Framework. The Framework contains .NET class support for the controls built into the Windows operating system, and the examples in this section will illustrate their use in building WindowsForms applications that use controls on the application's forms.

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