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about filedialog? ;
how does filedialog work? ;
why do we use filedialog? ;
what makes filedialog special? ;
can we do what filedialog does without using it? ;
Posted 11-Jun-12 7:11am

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There are a couple "FileDialog"s. One is the OpenFileDialog and another is the SaveFileDialog. Each has its place. They are used to handle the very common need to explore the file system to find a file or to select where a file should be saved (respectively). They take a complicated task (displaying folders and files, opening folders to display sub-folders, etc.) and make it dead-simple. You would use these when you want to allow the user to open a file or save a file. Here are some good tutorials on these two:
 
http://www.dotnetperls.com/openfiledialog[^]
http://www.dotnetperls.com/savefiledialog[^]
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mrmarzban at 11-Jun-12 15:09pm
   
thats it!
thanks.

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