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How to draw this usercontrol in C#

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How to draw this usercontrol in C#. can you send me the code.
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by:GoogleIT
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It's a TrackBar?
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by:Richard Lee
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Do you seriously expect to get an answer with such little information provided?

1. What is that component?
2. Windows or Web Applications?
3. Client side / server side technologies to render control?
4. What is it for?

DaTribe
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by:Subrat (C++ windows/Linux)
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Do u want to draw a picture like this???
or U want a control which looks  like this???
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I got it!
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by:Richard Lee
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Why waste our time asking a question and not provide enough information for anyone to even have a decent stab at answering the question, then come back a few days later and say you figured it out?

What did you even figure out? What was the question?

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by:YetAnotherCoder
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Hi DaTribe,

Sorry to upset you man! That was a Windows user control with a little bit of animation making it look as if the horizontal lines are moving forward. Let me know if you need any more information.

Thanks
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Apologies for getting upset mate, but surely you can see why? The difference between you last comment and your original question is vast. Since you have figured it out then no further response is needed.

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I was able to figure it out!
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