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DotNetInterest24-Apr-07 7:08
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Hi guys,

I find (especially in .NET 1.1) that many UI type classes are kept "sealed". Any specific reason for that?

Examples: Classes like Tooltip, Progressbar etc.

Typcially, UI classes are supposed to be extensible. I can understand if 3rd party vendors keep their UI classes sealed (for more business oppurtunity Wink | ;-) ) and therefore only provide developers to extended the functionality by providing properties or other extension mechanisms like interfaces on the controls/components (for custom rendering of the component) etc.

But why would Framework providers like Microsoft, keep their (of course, not all!) UI classes sealed?

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