Beginning Visual C# 2005 Express Edition: From Novice to by Heather Wright

By Heather Wright

Something that was once remarkable approximately this publication is the author's definition of polymorphism. He says that Polymorphism is the facility to create many tools in a category with a similar identify yet with varied signatures. In my my wisdom, that idea is named approach overloading. Polymorphism is the facility to name a similar strategy on items from diversified periods that inherit from an analogous superclass or interface.

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That function has a bunch of steps to it, but in our coarsely grained world, we the customers don’t really care what they are. That’s how programmers like to think too. qxd 38 4/10/06 12:54 PM Page 38 CHAPTER 2 ■ THE BASICS OF C# Try It Out: Creating Functions Start up a new console application, by choosing New from the File menu, and then Project. When the New Project dialog box appears, select Console Application and click OK. You can see the New Project dialog in Figure 2-5. Figure 2-5. You can create a console application by choosing Console Application as the project type when starting up a new project.

To stop the application, just close the form as you would any other window. All that remains now is to get those Back and Forward buttons working. cs [Design] at the top of the code editor). To get the browser to go back a page (assuming there is a page to go back to), you just need to tell it GoBack();. qxd 4/10/06 12:50 PM Page 29 CHAPTER 1 ■ WELCOME TO C# EXPRESS Voilà—you’re done. Run the program, navigate to a web page, click some links, and then start using those Back and Forward buttons.

Go ahead now and drop some labels, a text box, and a few buttons onto the form so it looks like mine in Figure 1-33. If you can’t remember how to do this, or set properties on a control, refer to the first “Try It Out” in this chapter. Figure 1-33. Your web browser form should look like this. The next thing you need to do is set up anchor points for the various controls. If you were to resize the form right now (please don’t), you’d find that the form would grow or shrink in size but the controls would remain exactly where they currently are.

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