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Test: First Windows Forms Program in C# Explained

6. Which of the following files would you typically NOT change in a C# Windows Forms Application (assuming the form is named Form1)?



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Correct Answer: Form1.Designer.cs
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Form1.Designer.cs is where the Visual Studio Form designer will keep adding code as you add more controls to the form. And the Form1.cs is where you write the code.
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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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