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Hi i have a small question. It's kind of stupid but i'd like to know. What are the most common properties that standard controls have ? Also if we talk about control collection what are the common properties in there. Thanks again.
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Note:There could be other properties that i forgot or i don't know, but i tried to mention the most common and used ones

All controls must have these properties:
   Name Property
   Index Property

Most of controls have these properties:
  Caption,Enabled,Top,Left,Width,Heigth,
  Parent,hWnd,....

Collections must at least have these properties:
  Count,Item

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