Windows are the basic ingredients in any desktop application—so basic that the operating system itself is named after them. However, there’s a fair deal of subtlety in exactly how you use a window, not to mention how you resize its content. This subtlety is what makes windows (or forms, to use .NET terminology) one of the most intriguing user interface topics.
KeywordsForm Class Ancestor Form Shaped Form Event Handler Public Class
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