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Week 2: WINDOWS PROGRAMMING. Chapter 15 in “Beginning Visual C# 2010” ebook Chapter 4 in “”MCTS_Self-Paced_Training_Kit” ebook. Week 2: WINDOWS PROGRAMMING. Working with Windows Forms. CONTROLS. When you work with Windows Forms, you are working with the

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Week 2 windows programming

Week 2: WINDOWS PROGRAMMING

Chapter 15 in “Beginning Visual C# 2010” ebook

Chapter 4 in “”MCTS_Self-Paced_Training_Kit” ebook


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Week 2: WINDOWS PROGRAMMING

Working with Windows Forms


Controls

CONTROLS

When you work with Windows Forms, you are working with the

System.Windows.Forms namespace

Most controls in .NET derive from the System.Windows.Forms.Control class

Many of these classes are themselves base classes for other controls, as is the case with the Label and TextBoxBase classes

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Controls1

CONTROLS

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Properties common control class properties

PropertiesCommon Control Class Properties

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Properties Common Control Class Properties

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Adding controls to a windows form

Adding Controls to a Windows Form

  • Adding Controls by Using the Windows Forms Designer

  • Adding Controls Programmatically

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Adding controls programmatically

Adding Controls Programmatically

  • 1. Create a private variable to represent each of the controls you want to place on the form

  • 2. In the form, place code to instantiate each control and to customize each control, using its properties, methods, or events.

  • 3. Add each control to the forms control collection.

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Exam page 113

Exam (page 113)

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Handling control events

Handling Control Events

  • Add controls to a Windows form.

    • Set properties on controls.

    • Load controls dynamically.

    • Write code to handle control events and add the code to a control.

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Handling control events ex

Handling Control Events_Ex

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HANDLING CONTROL EVENTS

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HANDLING CONTROL EVENTS

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HANDLING CONTROL EVENTS

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Week 2 windows programming

HANDLING CONTROL EVENTS

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Common windows forms controls

COMMON WINDOWS FORMSCONTROLS

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Naming rules

Naming Rules

  • Always use standard names for objects

  • No spaces or punctuation marks

  • 3 letter lowercase prefix identifies control type

    • Button-btn

    • Label-lbl

    • Form-frm

  • If multiple words capitalize 1st letter of each word

  • Each object name is an identifier

    • Can contain letters, digits, and underscores (_)

    • Cannot start with digits

    • Can start with the at symbol (@)

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    Recommended naming

    Object ClassPrefixExample

    FormfrmfrmDataEntry

    ButtonbtnbtnExit

    TextBoxtxttxtPaymentAmount

    LabellbllblTotal

    Radio ButtonradradBold

    CheckBoxchkchkPrintSummary

    PictureBoxpicpicLandscape

    ComboBoxcbocboBookList

    ListBoxlstlstIndegredients

    GroupBoxgrbgrbColor

    Recommended Naming

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 18


    Windows forms

    Windows Forms

    Windows Forms is the basic building block of the UI

    It provides a container that hosts controls and menus and enables you to present an application in a familiar and consistent fashion

    You can add and configure additional forms at design time, or you can create instances of predesigned forms in code at run time.

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 19


    Windows forms some properties of the form class

    Windows FormsSome Properties of the Form Class

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    Windows forms some properties of the form class1

    Windows FormsSome Properties of the Form Class

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    Windows forms some properties of the form class2

    Windows FormsSome Properties of the Form Class

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    Setting the title of the form

    Setting the Title of the Form

    To change the title of a form at run time, set the Text property of the form in code, as shown in the following code:

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 23


    Setting the border style of the form

    Setting the Border Style of the Form

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    Specifying the startup location of the form

    Specifying the Startup Location of the Form

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    Keeping a form on top of the user interface

    Keeping a Form on Top of the User Interface

    Module2- 21

    TopMost = True

    FormBorderStyle = None;

    StartPosition = CenterToScreen;

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 26


    Opacity and transparency in forms

    Opacity and Transparency in Forms

    The Opacity property to create striking visual effects in your form

    Values between 0 percent and 100 percent

    result in a partially transparent form

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 27


    Setting the startup form

    Setting the Startup Form

    1. In Solution Explorer, double-click Program.cs to view the code. The code window opens.

    2. Locate the Main method and then locate the line that reads:Application.Run(new Form());where Form represents the name of the form that is currently the startup form.

    3. Change Form to the name of the form you want to set as the startup form.

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    Control properties and layout

    Control Properties and Layout

    • Common properties

      • Derive from class Control

      • Text property

        • Specifies the text that appears on a control

      • Focus method

        • Transfers the focus to a control

        • Becomes active control

      • Enable property

        • Indicate a control’s accessibility

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 29


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    Control Properties and Layout

    • Visibility control

      • Hide control from user

    • Anchor property

      • Anchoring control to specific location (corner)

      • Unanchored control moves relative to the position

      • Docking allows control to spread itself along and entire side

      • Both options refer to the parent container

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 30


    Control properties and layout2

    Control Properties and Layout

    Before resize

    After resize

    Constant distance to left and top sides

    Fig. 12.11Anchoring demonstration.

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    Control properties and layout3

    Control Properties and Layout

    Darkened bar indicates to which wall control is anchored

    Click down-arrow in Anchor property to display anchoring window

    Fig. 12.12Manipulating the Anchor property of a control.

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 32


    Control properties and layout4

    Control Properties and Layout

    Control expands along top portion of the form

    Fig. 12.13Docking demonstration.

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 33


    Control properties and layout5

    Control Properties and Layout

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 34


    Labels and linklabel controls

    Labelsand LinkLabel controls

    • Labels : The standard Windows label

    • LinkLabel: A label similar to the standard one but that presents itself as an Internet link (a hyperlink)

      • You don’t need to add event handling code for a standard Label

      • Some extra code is needed to enable users clicking it to go to the target of the LinkLabel

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    Common label control properties

    Common Label Control Properties

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    Common Label Control Properties

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 37


    Button control

    Button Control

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    Lable textbox button control

    Lable –Textbox – Button Control

    Windows Programming 1 Chapter 15:Basic Windows Programming Slide 39


    Linklable demo

    LinkLable - Demo

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    Linklable demo1

    LinkLable - Demo

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    Textboxes and richtextbox

    TextBoxes and RichTextBox

    • The .NET Framework comes with two basic controls to take text input from users:

    • TextBox and RichTextBox.

      • Both controls are derived from a base class called TextBoxBase, which itself is derived from Control.

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 42


    Common textbox control properties

    Common TextBox Control Properties

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    Common TextBox Control Properties

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    The richtextbox control

    THE RICHTEXTBOX CONTROL

    Like the normal TextBox, the RichTextBox control is derived from TextBoxBase

    Whereas a TextBox is commonly used for the purpose of obtaining short text strings from the user

    The RichTextBox is used to display and enter formatted text (e.g., bold, underline, and italic). It does so using a standard for formatted text called Rich Text Format, or RTF.

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 45


    Common richtextbox control properties

    Common RichTextBox Control Properties

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    Common RichTextBox Control Properties

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    Richtextbox demo

    RichTextbox - demo

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    Richtextbox demo1

    RichTextbox - demo

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    Controls for displaying pictures


    The picturebox control

    The PictureBox Control

    The PictureBox control is the basic control used for displaying images in the user interface, and it can display pictures in a variety of formats, including .bmp, .jpg, .gif, metafiles, and icons.

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 52


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    The PictureBox Control

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    The picturebox control2

    The PictureBox Control

    At run time, you can set the Image property to an instance of an image, as shown in the following example:

    Windows Programming 1 Basic Windows Programming Slide 54


    Picturebox demo

    Picturebox - demo

    Module 2- 6

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    Picturebox demo1

    Picturebox - demo

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    Picturebox demo2

    Picturebox - demo

    Module 2- 11

    Windows Programming 1 Chapter 15:Basic Windows Programming Slide 57


    Picturebox demo3

    Picturebox - demo

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