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Hi guys,
Am working in Pocket PC 2005.In my new project have more navigations and I need to display more images .
am using multiple forms, I think it is also possible to make single form but it is complicated.
any one can give idea about this and which is more efficiency and what is the reason .............
My Question is Which is make fast and efficiency , using single for or multiple form.............


if any link for this Quote , send me...............

Many thanls..........
Jan 10 '08 #1
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RedSon
5,000 Expert 4TB
Hi guys,
Am working in Pocket PC 2005.In my new project have more navigations and I need to display more images .
am using multiple forms, I think it is also possible to make single form but it is complicated.
any one can give idea about this and which is more efficiency and what is the reason .............
My Question is Which is make fast and efficiency , using single for or multiple form.............


if any link for this Quote , send me...............

Many thanls..........
I'm not sure what you are talking about. If you have more controls on a form then will fit on a page, you can use a scroll bar. If the form has some kind of logical structure you can use tabs. If the form is like a wizard then you can use form1 then form2 then form3 and so on until the program is finished.
Jan 10 '08 #2
markmcgookin
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I'm not sure what you are talking about. If you have more controls on a form then will fit on a page, you can use a scroll bar. If the form has some kind of logical structure you can use tabs. If the form is like a wizard then you can use form1 then form2 then form3 and so on until the program is finished.
Alternatively if you are takling about performance, creating a static form (i.e. the instance of the form is created at compile time) should load quicker if you have a lot of controls/items on the form. It's not very OO programming, but very little in mobile development is as it should be...
Jan 11 '08 #3

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