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Saving the state (serializing) a Windows Form

, 13 Jun 2010 CPOL
Describes how to save the state of all controls on a form, and restore them at a later time



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I've been writing programs for about thirty years now, having started out on an IBM System/32, and moving my way through various IBM mainframes, then onto SGI Unix machines, and ending up (so far) with Windows and the .NET framework.

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