A member that represents a variable associated with an object or class.
A WMI-defined flag that describes the behavior of a qualifier. WMI flavors describe rules that specify whether a qualifier can be propagated to derived classes and instances and whether a derived class or instance can override the qualifier's original value.
A way of designing a form in which all elements are positioned one immediately after the other.
A key in a database table that comes from another table. This key refers to a specific key, usually the primary key, in the table being used.
See definition for .NET Framework.