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Und. Windows Forms

Understanding Windows Forms Applications, 04/08/14 IntPro

TermDefinition
Windows Forms Applications smart client applications consisting of one or more forms that display a visual interface to the user.
Events user actions such as keystrokes or mouse movement a form and its components generally respond to
Delegates the Windows Forms event model uses these to bind events to their respective event handlers.
Visual inheritance this allows you to reuse existing functionality and layout for Windows Forms.
Multiple Document Interface (MDI) applications in which multiple child windows reside under a single parent window.
Console-based applications these applications use a text-mode console window to interact with the user instead of a normal GUI, and are best suited for tasks that require minimal or no user interface.
Command-line parameters this allows the application to interactively read input characters from the console window.
Windows service an application that runs in the background and does not have any user interface.
Created by: a.holmes