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C# / CSharp Tutorial » GUI Windows Forms » Form 
23.2.1.Subclass Form
using System;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Windows.Forms;
   
class InheritTheForm: Form
{
     public static void Main()
     {
          InheritTheForm form new InheritTheForm();
          form.Text = "Inherit the Form";
          form.BackColor = Color.White;
   
          Application.Run(form);
     }
}
23.2.Form
23.2.1.Subclass Form
23.2.2.Use Inherited form in a separate Main class
23.2.3.Inherit Form With Constructor
23.2.4.ResumeLayout and SuspendLayout
23.2.5.Call form constructor to create a Form object
23.2.6.Cal Show method to display a form
23.2.7.Text as the title
23.2.8.Set Form Visible properties
23.2.9.The difference between Form.Show and Application.Run()
23.2.10.The Hello, WindowsForms Application
23.2.11.Build Form without by hand
23.2.12.Inherited Form
23.2.13.Move a Form in codeMove a Form in code
23.2.14.Irregular formIrregular form
23.2.15.Add a Main Menu
23.2.16.Change Form size in menu action
23.2.17.Scroll FormScroll Form
23.2.18.Form message filter
23.2.19.Form Dispose
23.2.20.Change Form Cursor
23.2.21.Add control to Form dynamically
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