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C# Cook Book // MatchingPairs (GUI)

A C# programming recipe for creating a game of Matching Pairs.

Difficulty: beginner/intermediate.

Ingredients: You need to know how to create a Windows Application in SharpDevelop, and how to add buttons to a form.



Arrange your windows so you can view the recipe while you use SharpDevelop. 

In this section...

C# Cook Book // Snake (GUI)

C# Cook Book // Quiz (Console)

C# Cook Book // Picture Block Puzzle (GUI)

C# Cook Book // Conversation (Console)

C# Cook Book // Calculator (Console)

C# Cook Book // Word Search (Console)

C# Cook Book // Tic Tac Toe (GUI)

C# Cook Book // Mastermind (Console)

C# Yellow Book

C# Cook Book // Higher Or Lower (GUI)

See also...

Tutor Time (Life Lessons)

Useful Websites

Year 9

Science & Innovation

Year 10

Week beginning 4 Jan 2024: 'Life Lessons'

Week beginning 29 Jan 2024: 'Life Lessons'

Year 12 revision

A Level Computer Science

GCSE Computer Science


1.3 Computer networks, connections and protocols Flashcards | Quizlet

Computer Science

Online Little Man Computer - CPU simulator

Sorting Visualiser

Careers in Food & Nutrition

Jumping in GameMaker (Tricky)

Hartismere Website :: A History :: 2014

1.2.3 Programming techniques Test #1

Hartismere Website :: A History :: 2003

Year 9 One Lesson Task :: Goal Seek [Spreadsheet]


Parents Evening :: Year 9

My Examinations

Summer 2024 Results

Parents Evening :: Year 13

Parents Evening :: Year 10

Year 7 tutors/parents evening

Parents Evening :: Year 12

Parents Evening :: Year 11


C# Cook Book Recipes Programming C# Recipes Computer Science C# Internet GCSE CS LMI Calendar Learnit Year 9Chem CPU ExamClashes Examinations Year 11 Wellbeing Nutrition GCE Digital Test Parent Information A Level

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