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Test: First Windows Forms Program in C# Explained

3. Why should the .suo files from a Visual Studio solution be NOT checked into the source control system?



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Correct Answer: .suo contains the user-specific data (preferences, etc.). It will not be useful for other users
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If you go to the root directory of a Visual Studio application, you will also see another file with extension .suo. This is a binary file – if you open it with Notepad, you will see gibberish (unlike .sln file – which is a readable text file).

This .suo file is specific to the current user using Visual Studio. If you are working in a team environment, this suo file will different for other users (with their own preferences). So, you should not check the .suo file into the Version Control System.
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Windows Forms programs use the functionality provided with the Windows operating system. This test has questions on the basics of developing a Windows Forms program in C#.
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This article discusses and analyzes the first Windows program created in C#. These programs are also called Smart Clients or Thick Clients or Windows Clients or Windows Forms or WinForms programs.

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