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Rather than attempting to demonstrate every feature related to developing Windows applications in Visual Basic .NET, we will use key features and tools that will help you see the object-oriented nature of .NET as you work with the standard design components in the Visual Studio .NET. The main focus of this application is to introduce you to some key factors related to .NET development using forms and controls, while looking at their underlying implementation in .NET.
Working with .NET Forms and ControlsThe .NET version of a form has many new features. In .NET window application development, all languages create a form based on the System.Windows.Forms.Form class in the common language run time libraries. When I say "based on," I am actually referring to an OOP concept known as implementation inheritance, which allows one type to establish a relationship to another type for the purpose of inheriting functionality. Look at it this way: Visual Basic has always had forms, but we have never had to design into them the ability to be resided or minimized or to display a blue title bar, and so on. All that functionality was inherited from a generic Form object when we added the form to our project.
Even in Visual Basic 6 we could declare a variable of type Form, and a new object would be created in memory that had its own Name, hind, caption, and so on. Even the first piece of code you see in Visual Basic .NET requires that you have some understanding of Inheritance, as you can see in the Visual Basic .NET code that follows.
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