Windows form designer generated code VB
I hope this question is quite simple to answer. I'll try to explain the problem as good as I can.
I've had an introductin course to VB.net, the version was 2003. In this course they showed me when you create a windows form, VB automatically generates some code to create the form, something like this:
I'm sure this is familiar to you all.
Public class Form1
Inherits from System.Windows.forms.form
#Region " Windows Form Designer generated code "
Public sub New()
'This call is required by the windows form designer.
Now I've purchased myself the visual studio 2005 professional edition and installed it. I've started the application, made a new project with VB and added a form. When I double click the form, I don't find the above code anywhere??? How does this come? Is it an option that I have to turn on/off or is this code deleted in the VS2005? Can somebody explain what's happening, because I'm a little confused.
.NET 2.0 adds a feature called "partial classes," which allows a single class to be defined across multiple source files. Rather than including the designer-generated code in your form file, VB 2005 puts it in a partial class in a file named Form1.Designer.vb.
If you select Project -> Show All Files and then click the little plus sign next to your form in the Solution Explorer, you'll see the Designer file and can open it in Visual Studio.
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Thanks Phil, this is what I was looking for.
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