Form1.cs has the code you write : form's class
Form1.Designer.cs - the code created by Visual Studio for your form and controls(here is written any change you make to your control's properties)
So, in your example, that is the code that VS wrote. It is used in form's constructor. … Read More
Well more than likely your program is going to be doing some event driven stuff (reacting from a button getting clicked, text changed in a textbox).
Just to test out the concept put a button from the Toolbox onto your form (or whatever your gui need is),go over to Solution … Read More
jonsca says it well. A shortcut to this is when in the design window and you put a button on your form, just doubleclick it and you are right in the button click event handler to type in code of what this button should do when clicked. Also notice that … Read More
Thank you everyone for your help, I appreciate each and every reply i got from every one of you.
Jonsca and ddanbe; guys you tackled the right problem that i was having, I was just confused with this, because I was programming three years in java without any event driven … Read More