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Default Creating composit control

I am trying to write a simple custom composit control so that i can know how these controls work ?what are the methods and classes that we need to inherit?, how and when it create the ll for the controls ?.....I google different articles but couldnt find anything basic and upto the point...Could someone help me to write a simple composit control (having couple of text boxes and buutons)? or pass me any link will be greate.


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