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.Net - Explain with code sample how to create an inherited control. - June 03, 2009 at 11:00 AM by Shuchi Gauri

Explain with code sample how to create an inherited control.

Steps to create inherited Control:-

a. Create a new project.
b. Add a custom control to the project.
c. Change the name of the class you need to inherit the control from the base class. E.g. inherit the class from System.Windows.Forms.Button if the control s to be inherited from a button class.
d. Implement the control with custom properties and featured needed by the control.
e. Override the OnPaint method if the control’s appearance needs to be changed.
f. Save the build the control
g. Reference you control into another or the same project and use the control.

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