Saturday, December 29, 2012

Creating a NumericUpDown control from scratch


I don't really know if this is a tutorial or a step-by-step guide. I guess it's a bit of both, really. I guess I have written it as a step-by-step guide for intermediate programmers interlaced with tutorial explanations for beginners. The code is all here, though, there aren't any unexplained surprises in the downloadable source.

I am counting on you reading this article as a whole, it was never designed to be a "come-and-pick-what-feature-you-like" kind of guide, the features depend on each other more often than not. Also, they are not implemented in any order of importance or usefulness - some of the obviously missing features like default text in TextBox get implemented at the very end, because they were not very interesting or consequential, just necessary to finish the control (they could wait).


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