MonthCalendar Control(Visual F#)

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MonthCalendar control is essentially used to display monthly calendar on your application. To make a month calendar control, follow the following syntax:

Let calendarobjvariable=new MonthCalendar()
Example:
Let calendar=new MonthCalendar()
For a simple example on using month calendar follow these steps:

1. Click Start>All Programs>Microsoft Visual Studio 2008>Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.

2. Click File>New>Project>Select Visual F# in the project types>Select F# application in the Visual Studio installed templates category.

3. Click the Project menu>Add reference>Click the .Net tab>Locate then double-click System.Windows.Forms.Do step 3 again and this time, select System.Drawing.

4. Enter the following code after the line “// Learn more about F# at http://fsharp.net “:

//use the F# standard library
open System
open System.Drawing
open System.Windows.Forms 
//sets the font face and font style of our calendar
let myfont=new Font("Arial",11.0f,FontStyle.Regular, GraphicsUnit.Point)
//create a form
let calendarform=new Form(Text="Use MonthCalendar",StartPosition=FormStartPosition.CenterScreen,AutoScaleMode=AutoScaleMode.Font)
//create a calendar object named calendar
//sets its minimum date to jan 1 1999 
//set the maximum date displayed to it to Jan 1,8013
let calendar=new MonthCalendar(MinDate=Convert.ToDateTime("1 Jan,1999"),MaxDate=Convert.ToDateTime("1 Jan,8013"),Location=new System.Drawing.Point(30,10))
//change the title backcolor to crimson
calendar.TitleBackColor<-Color.Crimson
//applies the font to our calendar
calendar.Font<-myfont
//change the calendar backcolor to Bisque
calendar.BackColor<-Color.Bisque
//adds the calendar control to our form
calendarform.Controls.Add(calendar)
calendarform.Show()
//executes our application
Application.Run(calendarform)
5. Click the run icon to execute your application. You should now see an output similar to the following screen shot: If you want a more in depth explanation on this controls, visit the MSDN website at msdn.microsoft.com or the Microsoft F# Development Center at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/fsharp/default.aspx

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