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ProgressBar Control in C#.Net


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ProgressBar Control in C#.Net

A ProgressBar control is used to represent the progress of operation that takes time to complete operation where a user has to wait for the operation to be finished.

Drag and drop ProgressBar Control and a button from toolbox on the window Form.

ProgressBar Control in C#.Net

By default maximum value of ProgressBar is set 100 and minimum value is set 0 you can change this value.

Code:

Write code on button click event.

ProgressBar Control in C#.Net

Double click on Click event.

private void button1_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

            while (progressBar1.Value < 100)

                progressBar1.Value += 5;

}

Run the project

ProgressBar Control in C#.Net

When you click show button then Progress Bar will start.

ProgressBar Control in C#.Net

 


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