Object Oriented Software
Development 2
Lecture 3 : Windows Programming
Lecturer Pat Browne
[email protected]
Windows Dialogs
From Windows Forms Programming with C# by Erik Brown
Menu Class
From Windows Forms Programming with C# by Erik Brown
Status Bar Class
From Windows Forms Programming with C# by Erik Brown
Windows Dialogs
From Windows Forms Programming with C# by Erik Brown
Using C# in easy steps
Getting Started
Controls explained
C# language essentials
Object essentials
Visual studio tools
C# techniques
Creating database programs
Running C# on the internet
C# in easy steps : 1 Getting Started
C# and other languages
Installing C#
Making Sense of the IDE
Your First Application
First look at Toolbox
First Look at Property Editor
Getting to know C# forms
Placing a button
First look at events
Your First line of code
Setting properties in code
A C# adding machine
Dealing with errors
First look at solution Explorer
Saving your project
Reopen Application
C# in easy steps : 2 Controls Explained
Controls and Methods
Using buttons and labels
Using TextBoxes
Using Picture Boxes
Using CheckBoxes
Using RadioButtons
Using ListBoxes
Using ComboBoxes
The OpenFileDialog Control
Using the timer
Using the TabControl
Using the SplitterControl
Using Toolbar and RichTextBox (paste data from Word Document)
Using MonthCalendar Control
Setting tab order
Some other controls
Using Anchor and Dock properties
C# in easy steps : 3 C# Language
Start at the beginning
The parts of a C# file
Introduction to data types
Doing sums
Curly brackets and semicolons
Functions and parameters
Giving variables a value
Variables and scope
Using if .. else..
Using do and while
Using for loops
Using Switch
Arrays: dealing with a set of values.
Using structs
Using enums for a range of values
Understanding reference types
Working with parameters
More about casting
C# in easy steps : 4 Object Essentials
Object essentials
A first object
Classes and objects
Constructors and destructors
Using Add Field and Add Property
A list of books
Working with collections
Encapsulation and interface
Overloading and overriding
Static members
Protected and internal members
Understanding Namespaces
The using directive
Object lifetime
The using statement
C# in easy steps : 5 Visual Studio Tools
Creating a Menu, customizing & popup
Making a menu work
Working with the code editor
Using Clipboard Ring
Using Find
Introducing the debugger
Using Breakpoints
The locals and watch windows
Tracking down errors
Customizing the Toolbox
Using the Add-in Manager
Explaining the Reference Manager
Setting Visual C# options
Setting project properties
Creating a standalone applications
Where Help comes from
GUI events
C# Windows application
Mouse Events
• The mouse is a primary interface for doing
graphics in Visual C# Express. A program
needs to recognize mouse events in controls.
• Many controls recognize mouse events.
Mouse Events
private void panel1_MouseDown(object sender,
MouseEventArgs e)
switch (e.Button)
case MouseButtons.Left:
label1.Text = "Left";
case MouseButtons.Middle:
label1.Text = "Middle";
case MouseButtons.Right:
label1.Text = "Right";
label2.Text = Convert.ToString(e.X) + "," +
Mouse Events
Write Windows version of Location
Quotient program
Make Windows version of LQ program
Invoke from menu, button or any other way.
Read file.
Perform LQ computation.
Print results in list box.
• Download and install Sharpmap from
• http://sharpmap.codeplex.com/releases/view/87500
• http://sharpmap.codeplex.com/downloads/get/376940
• SharpMap-0.9-AnyCPU-Trunk-2012.04.17
• Place with your other VisualStuidio projects.
• Download and run SharpmapDemo from
• http://spatialhorizons.com/category/sharpmap/
• Download
Generating Irish Grid letter
The Irish National Grid is a coordinate reference
system for Ireland. It is measured in metres with a
range (0,0) to (500,000,500,000). For ease of
reference a set of labelled grid squares are used.
These are A to Z with no I. The code below accepts
an ING coordinate and returns the grid square that
contains the coordinate.
Generating Irish Grid letter
• See
• http://www.gridreference.ie/
• http://www.dorcus.co.uk/carabus//ll_ngr.html
• http://www.simonstewart.ie/position/irishgrid.htm
• See code in notes section
• Tasks
Get input data from a CSV file
Write results to a CSV file
Prompt used for input/output files
Allow user to enter number specifying the number of
digits in the output (0-6)