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  1. Is there an easy way to get help about an object's member?

    Absolutely. Visual C#'s context-sensitive Help extends to code as well as to visual objects. To get help on a member, write a code statement that includes the member (it doesn't have to be a complete statement), position the cursor within the member text, and press F1. For instance, to get help on the int data type, you could type int , position the cursor within the word int, and press F1.

  2. Are there any other types of object members besides properties and methods?

    Yes. An event is actually a member of an object, although it's not always thought of that way. Although not all objects support events, most objects do support properties and methods.

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