[MonoDevelop] Can't get basic code to work

Sanford Armstrong sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 00:10:12 EDT 2007

On 7/26/07, George Lober <georgelober at glowsoftware.ca> wrote:
> Marcos Marín wrote:
> >
> >     One signal/event which I'm trying to find is the equivalent of the
> >     delphi form onCreate event (when a window is created). Would this
> >     be the
> >     "Realized" signal ? I would need this to put one-time run start-up
> >     code
> >     into.
> >
> >
> > Why not use the class' constructor?
> >
> Would you mean inside of the "public partial class MainWindow:
> Gtk.Window" block in MainWindow.cs ?

Yes.  Within that block (ie, within the class), you want to add a
constructor.  If this term is new to you you'll want to find a book or
tutorial on C#, but basically it's a method called when your class
(your window in this case) is first created, and it usually looks like

public MainWindow ()
   // Do initialization stuff here

Hope this helps,

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