Just play a game of Lights Out, or take some time to see an array of buttons put to use.
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Make your Pocket PC applications more intuitive by providing the input panel when it is needed and removing it when it is not.
Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0 support binding to traditional data sources and custom objects based on the capabilities of the CodeDOM, typed DataSets, and changes to Forms designers.
Tom Archer explains the low-level details of why the ShellExecute function isn't dependable in a mixed-mode application. He then offers a couple of workarounds to this limitation.
This application shows how the drag and drop features in C# could be used to create a simple board game or whatever.
This article shows you to make your applications able to drag a docked control to a different edge and how to resize the control so that the application area can be cusomized to suit your preferences.
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