This is the 4th part of a series of articles about how to design DockingForms using a DockingManager written in C#.
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Extension methods allow you to create utility functions and have them appear to be part or your classes or the built-in classes. You'll learn by making a method from an earlier tip available as an extension method.
Continue your study of how to create your own dockable Forms.
Learn how to display all of the fields and properties of any object. By using a little reflection, you can expose the internals of your objects.
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