Mouse Interaction

The example programs presented so far in this book have all been comprised of a Form object, which itself is derived from the Control class, with one or more child Control objects on the form. None of the examples has included any explicit code for implementing mouse support (other than Click event handlers), yet all support the mouse in the manner you would expect of a Windows application. This is because all members of the Control class handle the mouse of their own accord. They also have properties, methods and events for extending mouse support when the standard behavior is insufficient.

Windows Forms and the .NET Framework

Getting Started

Visual Studio .NET


Windows Forms

Dialog Boxes

Controls: The Base Class

Mouse Interaction

Text and Fonts

Drawing and GDI+

Labels and Buttons

Text Controls

Other Basic Controls

TreeView and ListView

List Controls

Date and Time Controls

Custom Controls

Menus and Bars


Updating ADO.NET

Exceptions and Debugging

Configuration and Deployment

Programming. NET Windows Applications
Programming .Net Windows Applications
ISBN: 0596003218
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 148 © 2008-2020.
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